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Hi folks, How to avoid '+' sign after a number e.g. Code: Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/hda1 1 13 104391 83 Linux /dev/hda2 14 75 498015 83 ...
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- 12-24-2005 #1
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How to avoid '+' sign after a number e.g.Code:
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/hda1 1 13 104391 83 Linux /dev/hda2 14 75 498015 83 Linux /dev/hda3 76 1413 10747485 83 Linux /dev/hda4 1414 4865 27728190 5 Extended /dev/hda5 1414 2508 8795556 83 Linux /dev/hda6 2509 3482 7823623+ 83 Linux /dev/hda7 3483 4212 5863693+ 83 Linux
- 12-24-2005 #2
[offtopic] man fdisk - section bugs
There are several *fdisk programs around. Each has its problems and strengths. Try them in the order cfdisk, fdisk, sfdisk. (Indeed, cfdisk is a beautiful program that has strict requirements on the partition tables it accepts, and produces high quality partition tables. Use it if you can. fdisk is a buggy program that does fuzzy things - usually it happens to produce reasonable results. Its single advantage is that it has some support for BSD disk labels and
other non-DOS partition tables. Avoid it if you can. sfdisk is for hackers only - the user interface is terrible, but it is more correct than fdisk and more powerful than both fdisk and cfdisk. Moreover, it can be used noninteractively.)
I see them in fdisk, I do not see them in cfdisk. I do not know what this + sign means.I\'m so tired .....