Linux live usb maker
Options, dry Run simulates what will happen with the maker configuration chosen.
Here are results from using various word mkfs.
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Set pmbr_boot disk flag sets the legacy boot flag on gpt partitions, but disables booting from uefi linux systems.
Legacy booting is done via the ext4 partition so it has the boot flag set.
Some systems may not boot from the live-USB if gpt is used, and this is only really usefull in uefi environements.