flashjazzcat Posted August 5, 2013 Author Share Posted August 5, 2013 (edited) Slow progress, but I think this is more user-friendly than before: Won't let you make more than one FAT partition at the moment, but you can leave space for more and create them using a partition editor on the PC. FDISK will then pick up these pre-existing multiple FAT partitions and allow you to attach them as "external" APT partitions. Quite fun doing the dialogue boxes (as a pre-cursor to the GUI). If you de-select "MBR" and "FAT" is on, FAT turns off... likewise if you turn on "FAT" and "MBR" is off, MBR turns on (since you can't have a FAT without an MBR container). Of course, if "FAT" is off, the FAT size box should be inaccessible - which comes next. Edited August 5, 2013 by flashjazzcat 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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