In this article, we will discuss the differences between CHMOD and CHOWN and how to use them. In addition, there are also some things you need to know why CHMOD and CHOWN are important. Before that, you can first read a brief explanation about Linux and the command text. Linux is an operating system that is already familiar today. These operating systems mostly use text commands to install, move and copy files, or operate them. There are many basic linux commands, but there are two commands that are often used that are important to know, namely CHMOD and CHOWN. CHMOD and CHOWN are widely … Read more
Actually, this is just for my notes, but maybe it’s useful for someone else. here’s how to format a flash drive in Ubuntu via the terminal. 1. Open a terminal and log in as sudo user 2. after that type $sudo fdisk -l to see where the flash drive is on which boot device, whether in /dev/sdb1 or /dev/sdc1 or in /dev/sdd1 or something else. 3. Before formatting, you must first unmount it with the following command $sudo umount “locate flsdisk” example: $sudo umount /dev/sdb1 4. lastly type the command format $sudo mkfs.vfat /dev/sdb1 Congratulations, your flash drive has been formatted.