> I need clear scriptable command to clear a partition table like
> dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1
> There are any way to do this?

The FreeFDISK of FreeDOS is very scriptable and can do this.
You should use the newest "experimental" version because:

- the old version sometimes automatically cleared all partition
  data without asking when it believed the data to be broken

- the new version needs more happy users to motivate the
  maintainer to improve SCSI/SATA disk- and LBA-detection ;-)

See: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=891300


PS: XFDISK and SPFDISK are more user-friendly but they are
not as scriptable as free fdisk is... Normally I recommend
those, but not for you. For RESIZING, use Linux GPARTED CD.

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