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Hi folks, What will be an easy solution to reproduce 25+ pendrives? I have a pendrive with 2 partitions of unequal sizes, partition-l running Linux OS on FAT16 and partition-2 ...
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  1. #1
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    Collective cloning


    Hi folks,

    What will be an easy solution to reproduce 25+ pendrives?

    I have a pendrive with 2 partitions of unequal sizes, partition-l running Linux OS on FAT16 and partition-2 for storage on ext2. The pendrive is on ZIP geometry.

    I have a FC3 box with 6 USB ports. Is there a one-step solution instead of going through;

    1. format the pendrives on ZIP geometry one by one
    2. partitioning the pendrives one by one
    3. format the pendrives on FAT16/ext2 one by one
    3. clone the pendrives one by one

    and doing all of them collectively. Any suggestion?

    TIA

    B.R.
    satimis

  2. #2
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    look in to a program called dd, i think it will do what you want and you probably have it installed.

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