Rodary Jacques wrote:
> https://www.debian.org/releases/stable/amd64/ch04s03.html.fr
> Pour cela, vous devez créer une deuxième partition FAT,

"Create a second, FAT partition on the stick"

Well, the "second" is a bit outdated. Meanwhile we have two partitions in
the ISOs for amd64 and i386. So the new partition will be the third one.

Additional difficulty is the presence of Apple Partition Map and of
an invalid GPT.
To my experience only the partition editor fdisk is willing to ignore
these extra partition tables. So use /sbin/fdisk to create partition 3.

If the resulting partitioning makes trouble, you could deface APM and GPT
by help of dd runs. (Ask me for instructions if really needed.)

Then probably program mkfs.vfat can be used to create a new FAT filesystem
in the new partition 3. (Others here probably have more experience with
that task.)

> monter la partition et y copier et décompresser le microprogramme.
  "mount the partition and copy or unpack the firmware onto it."
> # mount /dev/sdX2 /mnt

The placeholder "/dev/sdX2" would become "/dev/sdX3".
I'd mount at "/mnt/fat" rather than "/mnt". But that's oldfashioned too.

Have a nice day :)


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