Can't Install WBFS through command line or GUI Manager

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  1. 4N1M3H34D
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    I am running Mac OSX and am using a Toshiba 250g 2.0 USB [seen here http://www.toshibadirect.com/td/b2c/adet.to?poid=408545 ]. The drive was originally formatted FAT32 which WBFS Manager OSX [versions 1.0 and 1.2] could not see to let me partition, I then went through every single format Disk Utility allowed me to partition it as [Mac OSX Extended, Mac OSX Extended (Journaled), Mac OSX Extended (Case-Sensitive) and Mac OSX Extended (Case-Sensitive and Journaled)] I've tried all formats in both versions available for OSX and it could find none scanning for drives.

    I've tried the Command Line WBFS as well, once i got the file open with

    cd ~/downloads/
    ./wbfs

    I then tried to partition my external, as 'disk2s2,' with '- p' it became an invalid command, then i tried 'pwd -p disk2s2' and I'd get

    "-bash: pwd: -p: invalid option"
    pwd: usage: pwd [-LP]"

    I can't seem to get WBFS onto this drive can any of you help?
     
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    bumping this thread cause i dont think many got to see it and I'm still stuck
     
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    C'mon guys, I know this is kind of a noob question but it's not like I'm asking something I could just google like "Does I need a SD car to homebrew channel!?" I still need help.
     

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