For now, you can take the demo images that I've provided and try changing the partition type (using a tool like fdisk) of either of the two partitions on it to any number between 0x01 and 0x1E. 0x1E is Clarus the dogcow. 0x0A is classic Steve Jobs. 0x19 is modern Steve Jobs. The others... well, explore and find out. =)
I use macOS 11 and I’m new to fdisk.
When typing fdisk in terminal these commands show up:
-i: initialize disk with new MBR -u: update MBR code, preserve partition table -e: edit MBRs on disk interactively -f: specify non-standard MBR template -chs: specify disk geometry -S: specify disk size -r: read partition specs from stdin (implies -i) -a: auto-partition with the given style -d: dump partition table -y: don't ask any questions -t: test if disk is partitioned
What would a typical command line for changing partition type look like?
I’d like to contribute with some IconsSpeaking of which, I'm still looking for good 32x32 monochrome icons to add to the demo images, if anyone has a source or collection they'd like to share. Whenever I go looking for icons, I find plenty of color ones, but few monochrome ones...