When I said without the -b, I meant without the -b option and value
(which in your case is 1024),
I cant help but feel that you are facing a problem or set of problems
which you should not be. Under normal conditions you should not be
needing to fiddle with /boot.
What _exactly_ is your problem, or what are you trying to do ?
On 03/08/14 00:30, Richard Vickery wrote:
Fdisk without -b gives me the following:
$ sudo fdisk 1024 /dev/sda1
fdisk [options] <disk> change partition table
fdisk [options] -l [<disk>] list partition table(s)