gnome-format

Tool for formatting external memory media
  http://live.gnome.org/gnome-format
  5
  9 reviews



Gnome-format is a tool to easily format (erase and initialize) external memory media like usb sticks or sd/mmc flash cards for your pc. it is designed for linux based operating systems, like ubuntu, and for the gnome desktop.

features:
- easy to use.
- autodetects available media through hal.
- supports external harddrives, usb sticks, sd/mmc cards and other external
media
- supports fat16/32 filesystem for compatibility with other operating
systems and ext2 for linux-only users.
Latest reviews
5
jackdown 7 years ago

great tool, refreshing pendrives on fly, including link to gparted, works great. If u can still see old files on your pendrive, just remount it right after format

5
axldavis2012 7 years ago

it does great with those pesky flash drives that companies give you free that have their files like a real flash drive and the fake flash drive its awesome cause most format s dont fix this problem but gnome-format does

2
Lokus 8 years ago

Linux needs better formating applications

2
dajunka 8 years ago

I could not get this working from software manager. i had to use packet manager. There is something wrong with it. I formated a pendrive then later found files still on my pendrive.

2
Theologian 9 years ago

It seems to be nothing more than an icon on the Mint Menu, because nothing launches.

4
dark1221 9 years ago

pues solo lo descargue porque no encontre la opcion format

5
nanuk 9 years ago

Fast and easy to use! I love it.

3
shwany 9 years ago

didnt even start!

4
ddalley 9 years ago

Select the USB stick or card, pick the file system and click format. Easy