Collection of commands to check file system formatting and create new partitions.
Tar(tape archive) is a tool that allows us to bundle files together in a single file. It also provides us a few different ways to compress files for easier transport.
File sizes in Linux can be a nightmare, if you’re not fluent in bytes. These should help make things more human readable..
Since this took me a few tries to finally put together and get a working I thought I’d post what finally worked for me. I’m using Ubuntu 17.10, which now fully utilizes my laptop’s built in graphics card. I’m also using generic SNES controller I bought off of ebay to play NES and SNES games.
I found a great article on setting up Ubuntu to utilize your laptop’s built in graphics card, rather than the built in INTEL CPU/GPU.
Within Linux the DD is a standard tool to write and wipe disks.
We can use it to perform DOD style disk wipes, or simply load an ISO to an SD card.