I've noticed that the name of the USB stick is a Linux distribution so I assume I wrote a .iso or .img to it in the past what possibly changed partitions and/or file formats. How can I restore the stick back to "normal" with Ubuntu?*
while copying the coreboot/SeaBIOS installation (folder coreboot) to a USB stick I got the following error message:
Error with copying of >>usb_tcpm_v2_rev30_fuzz.c<<.
With copying of the file to ... /coreboot/3rdparty/-chromeec/fuzz an error occurred.
The file system doesn't support symbolic links
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What can I do?