As I was working on a tutorial about installing Raspbian on Raspberry Pi 3, I realized that I had to format the Micro SD card with fat32 partition. Another tutorial was in order!
Since different desktop environments use different tools to perform the same task, I resorted to one method that can be consistent across desktop environments: command line.
So here is how you format an SD card, USB drive or Micro SD card with fat32 file system from the command line in Linux.
1. Plug in your removable flash drive and run the ‘lsblk’ command to identify the device.
From: Network World