Thank you so much for this wonderful software.
I think that it would be great if this message, “Are you sure you want to install on /dev/rdisk2” was changed to something that normal people can comprehend. I had to issue the “mount” command in the terminal to confirm that it was indeed my SD card that was being formatted.
Perhaps it could also show the drive name and the size of the disk? This will make sure that people don’t accidentally nuke “Macintosh HD”. (As a matter of fact, why is this even an option on the list?)
fdisk: illegal option – l
usage: fdisk [-ieu] [-f mbrboot] [-c cyl -h head -s sect] [-S size] [-r] [-a style] disk
-i: initialize disk with new MBR
-u: update MBR code, preserve partition table
-e: edit MBRs on disk interactively
-f: specify non-standard MBR template
-chs: specify disk geometry
-S: specify disk size
-r: read partition specs from stdin (implies -i)
-a: auto-partition with the given style
-d: dump partition table
-y: don’t ask any questions
-t: test if disk is partitioned
`disk’ is of the form /dev/rdisk0.
boothfs 8Mb boot plus HFS+ root partition (default)
hfs Entire disk as one HFS+ partition
dos Entire disk as one DOS partition
raid Entire disk as one 0xAC partition