On Fri 16 Mar 2018 03:54:01 AM CDT, Sewermonger wrote:

What is the real meaning of fdisk?
Get rid of MS and install Linux

There is fdisk (and gdisk, parted, sgdisk etc) in linux as well... it's
a tool for preparing your disk partitions.. as either type dos (3,
primary, 1 extended and then Logical up to 15(?) ) or gpt (128
partitions) for UEFI booting.

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