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I want to format a USB-Drive (/dev/sdc) and make multiple partitions each of a different type using fdisk. My fdisk uses sectors(not cylinders) to create a new partition.
/dev/sdc1 <- NTFS (10GiB)
/dev/sdc2 <- Fat32 (04GiB)

Can someone please provide the step by step method to be used in a terminal ?

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  • Read man fidsk – waltinator Apr 14 '17 at 15:55
  • Sorry but got no clues as to how to allocate the size using sectors and no clues are there in man fdisk also... – devilz Apr 14 '17 at 16:04
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Used a calculator written in C-Language

20971520 is equal to 10GiB
As shown in the picture, 512 bytes is equal to one sector.

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