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# Set the active partition
\\ (-) These instructions set the 1st partition to be active. Make sure you use fdisk carefully, set the correct partition to be active and don't make typos\! The fdisk command can destroy data on your disk(s). See the details of Macintosh version of fdisk using "man fdisk".
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{noformat}
# {noformat}
$ sudo fdisk -e /dev/disk3
$ f 1