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f3fix - edit the partition table of a fake flash drive
f3fix [-bnks?V] [-a SEC-NUM] [-d TYPE] [-f TYPE] [-l SEC-NUM] [--first-sec=SEC-NUM] [--boot] [--disk-type=TYPE] [--fs-type=TYPE] [--last-sec=SEC-NUM] [--no-boot] [--list-disk-types] [--list-fs-types] [--help] [--usage] [--version] <DISK_DEV>
F3 stands for Fight Flash Fraud, or Fight Fake Flash. f3fix is useful to edit the partition table of a fake flash drive to have a single partition that fully covers the real capacity of the drive. Warning: THIS COMMAND IS EXPERIMENTAL.
-a, --first-sec=SEC-NUM Sector where the partition starts. -b, --boot Mark the partition for boot. -d, --disk-type=TYPE Disk type of the partition table. -f, --fs-type=TYPE Type of the file system of the partition. -l, --last-sec=SEC-NUM Sector where the partition ends. -n, --no-boot Do not mark the partition for boot. -k, --list-disk-types List all supported disk types. -s, --list-fs-types List all supported types of file systems. -?, --help Give this help list. --usage Give a short usage message. -V, --version Print program version.
The F3 was written by Michel Machado <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Joao Eriberto Mota Filho <email@example.com> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).