Here, you can create a partition of your own.
k for kilobytes
K for kibibytes
m for megabytes
M for mebibytes
g for gigabytes
G for gibibytes
Sensible figures are for example 100 K (for 100 KiB = 100 * 1024 bytes) or 100 M (for 100 MiB = 100 * 1024 * 1024 bytes).
The size of the partition should be set to at least 100 KiB. However, no more than 300 MiB should be reserved for the customer-specific partition (based on the 1 GB standard CF used in IGEL Linux thin clients). This is because subsequent firmware updates may require more storage space than the current version.
To manage the list, proceed as follows: