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Used mkfs.vfat to format my USB flash drive and then used fdisk to divide it into two partitions and set the partition ID of the second one to (1b) Hidden FAT32. Then formatted those two partitions.
The second partition is hidden in Windows and Linux now. So I can store some encrypted private data in it now. :blobcat:

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