If you are using a disk editor, then just let it default for the end sector - that will be the physical end sector.Narf03 wrote: And if i delete the partition, how do i know what is the "end" number ?
On Raspbian your drive will be connected via USB which is always considered removable. Fixed drives would be connected via IDE or SATA which the Pi does to supportmakem2 wrote:Perhaps Raspbian bucks the tradition as it uses /media or so it did in my instance with fixed drives
If you are going to use ntfs then you want to install the ntfs-3g driver. This is required to get full write access to ntfs devices.geraldw321 wrote:Hello again and thank you i hae a pc (laptop actually) and run linux , so i guess ill go with ntfs as it can be read by both machines . thanks again