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NAME

       f3fix - edit the partition table of a fake flash drive

SYNOPSIS

        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>

DESCRIPTION

       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.

OPTIONS

       -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.

SEE ALSO

       f3brew(1), f3probe(1), f3read(1), f3write(1)

AUTHOR

       The F3 was written by Michel Machado <michel@digirati.com.br>.

       This manual page was written by Joao Eriberto Mota  Filho  <eriberto@debian.org>  for  the
       Debian project (but may be used by others).