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Wednesday, March 14th, 2007 at 5:32:41am UTC 

  1. usage: fdisk [-ieu] [-f mbrboot] [-c cyl -h head -s sect] [-S size] [-r] [-a style] disk
  2.         -i: initialize disk with new MBR
  3.         -u: update MBR code, preserve partition table
  4.         -e: edit MBRs on disk interactively
  5.         -f: specify non-standard MBR template
  6.         -chs: specify disk geometry
  7.         -S: specify disk size
  8.         -r: read partition specs from stdin (implies -i)
  9.         -a: auto-partition with the given style
  10.         -d: dump partition table
  11.         -y: don't ask any questions
  12.         -t: test if disk is partitioned
  13. `disk' is of the form /dev/rdisk0.
  14. auto-partition styles:
  15.   boothfs     8Mb boot plus HFS+ root partition (default)
  16.   bootufs     8Mb boot plus UFS root partition
  17.   hfs         Entire disk as one HFS+ partition
  18.   ufs         Entire disk as one UFS partition
  19.   dos         Entire disk as one DOS partition
  20.   raid        Entire disk as one 0xAC partition

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