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libfdisk: (MBR) recognize EBBR protective partitions

The MBR partition type 0xF8 is used by the Arm EBBR specification for
protective partitions over fixed-location firmware images.

References: https://github.com/ARM-software/ebbr
Signed-off-by: Vincent Stehlé <vincent.stehle@arm.com>
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Vincent Stehlé 8 months ago committed by Karel Zak
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      include/pt-mbr-partnames.h
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      include/pt-mbr.h

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include/pt-mbr-partnames.h

@ -101,6 +101,7 @@
{0xf1, N_("SpeedStor")},
{0xf4, N_("SpeedStor")}, /* SpeedStor large partition */
{0xf2, N_("DOS secondary")}, /* DOS 3.3+ secondary */
{0xf8, N_("EBBR protective")}, /* Arm EBBR firmware protective partition */
{0xfb, N_("VMware VMFS")},
{0xfc, N_("VMware VMKCORE")}, /* VMware kernel dump partition */
{0xfd, N_("Linux raid autodetect")},/* Linux raid partition with

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include/pt-mbr.h

@ -199,6 +199,7 @@ enum {
MBR_SPEEDSTOR1_PARTITION = 0xf1,
MBR_SPEEDSTOR2_PARTITION = 0xf4, /* SpeedStor large partition */
MBR_DOS_SECONDARY_PARTITION = 0xf2, /* DOS 3.3+ secondary */
MBR_EBBR_PROTECTIVE_PARTITION = 0xf8, /* Arm EBBR firmware protective partition */
MBR_VMWARE_VMFS_PARTITION = 0xfb,
MBR_VMWARE_VMKCORE_PARTITION = 0xfc, /* VMware kernel dump partition */
MBR_LINUX_RAID_PARTITION = 0xfd, /* Linux raid partition with autodetect using persistent superblock */

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