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deleting a an ext2 fs

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what's the command to do this on linux?  there's no rmfs on it.
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why would you remove a file system?
the only way to really do this would
be to do a low level format. if your intent is to replace the file system, use one of the mk* commands to replace the current ext2fs with another one.

mkdosfs - will format a device with the
FAT file system

mke2fs - will format a device for ext2 file system
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sorry, stupid me.  i withdraw the question and give you the points.
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