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Hello,

I would like to create partitions on a 2nd hard drive in a script.  Is it possible to do an fdisk command in a script?  What would it look like?

Thanks in advance for the help!
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I think you could, but I wouldn't do that.  U probably want to do that interactively.
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#!/bin/bash
# This example prints out the help and partition info  and then quits.
fdisk /dev/hda <<END
m
p
q
END
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The above script example uses a here document.
http://www.linuxdoc.org/LDP/abs/html/here-docs.html
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knock knock
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