once connected, you treat it as a hard drive, delete/write/format etc.
just depends i think on what you are connecting it to as to whether it would need formatting in a particular way or if windows format would do, it would do if all you are using the flash drive as removable storage.
paperman27 I'm using Xandros. I don't suppose you can format it in Linux, but I do stand to be corrected because I expect there is a command to achieve that, like there is to do most things in Linux ;-)
Well, you can do it click here but it will format it to the Linux system and it won't be able to be read by Windows. So unless you only want to use it on Linux that's fine, but if you want to move the device between Linux and Windows it will have to formatted in FAT32 which both can read/write to.
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