On Thu, 2009-09-03 at 09:23 +1000, Roger wrote:
I've found over time that formatting with ext3 tends to remove
I don't see how it can do that. Formatting creates a file system within
a partition. If you want to do something to a partition, you need to
use a function that works outside of the partition.
You could format what's stored in the hidden partition, but that
partition would still be there, unless you did something *else*.
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