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Debian reprogrammining a usb stick?

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Is there a gui app I can use similar to mpall in windows but in debian?
 

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Is there a gui app I can use similar to mpall in windows but in debian?
No. That's Phison software, to work directly with Phison products, built just for Windows. I seriously doubt you'll find something specifically like it for Linux. A better question to ask is what you're trying to do, there might be a better option. Another option would be to get a flash drive that doesn't require you to occasionally fix the firmware should something go wrong. A VM running Windows with pass-thru for the USB device would be possible if you were using a CPU with VT-d.

This all seems like a lot more work than just getting a better quality flash drive.
 
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System Name Gaming PC, now I have an HP lappy
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2120 CPU @ 3.30GHz, 3300 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
Motherboard GA-B75M-D3H (rev. 1.1)
Cooling Stock
Memory crucial dominator 8gb DDR3 dimm
Video Card(s) AMD HIS 6870 (barts XT) Fan 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E HDMI/DP/2xDVI
Storage HDS722580VLSA80
Display(s) 19" Acer P215H
Case old silver case from the office
Audio Device(s) Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy Gamer Sound Card without the remote
Power Supply RX-730SS 730W
Mouse Kiwi Technology Optical mouse m/n kw114
Keyboard Mitsumi keyboard unit
Software OS is Windows 7 home premium, sometimes I use linux mint mate or sabayon both live
Benchmark Scores CL-RCD-RP-RAS Write Speed 2x DDR3-1333 SDRAM 9-9-9-23 CR1 10484 MB/s
No. That's Phison software, to work directly with Phison products, built just for Windows. I seriously doubt you'll find something specifically like it for Linux. A better question to ask is what you're trying to do, there might be a better option. Another option would be to get a flash drive that doesn't require you to occasionally fix the firmware should something go wrong. A VM running Windows with pass-thru for the USB device would be possible if you were using a CPU with VT-d.

This all seems like a lot more work than just getting a better quality flash drive.
thanks for the reply, I was just curious. I am interested in the sticks that dont need flasking though.
 
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