I can get many different DOS disks to load into my S90 and not one, even if its made to look for HDDs, can find the S90 flash drive?
A Linux on a usb stick can see the flash drive?
Why is in in 3 parts?
1) very small but formated in a way linux cant tell?
2) main section with XPE, a fat32 format
3) very small but no format, left over, not used.
Dos might be messed up when it sees that 1st section?
On a normal HDD at the start is a boot, mbr, section.
I dont know how many sectors this area is but it dont show up on linux
as a seperate area like this does?
Wyse uses 2 partitions on their flash drives. The first is a hidden one to store for example the TSCAL and hostname during a reboot (otherwise the Writefilter function would delete it always).
The second partition is for the OS itself.
The 3rd one you see is a standard small rest of the flash. Look at your HD in your PC. Normally always you will have a small unused part that has not been assigned to one of your partitions.