The fun feeling of using a Linux command to format a storage card to a Windows file system. The camera was struggling to format it, so I stuck it in a card reader and had the desktop do it.

Good ol’ universal FAT32.

One response to “fat32

  1. sudo mkfs-vfat …

    Your tax dollars hard at work. God Bless American, AMIRITE?

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