Reply to post: Re: Actually

If you want a USB thumb drive wiped, try asking an arts student for help

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Re: Actually

Sorry I thought Linux finally added a 1s device but I guess not. Anyway, you can use tr and /dev/zero to change the 0s to 255s and you're good for writing all 1s to properly erase NAND flash.

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