I'm trying to burn an ISO of PrimeOS, and after completing some research on how to do that in Linux, I came across a tutorial on LifeWire (https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-burn-iso-to-usb-in-linux-4588767), and it recommended using UNetBootin. I set up the program, but then was told I needed to format the USB to FAT32, which led me to finding another tutorial from LinuxHint showing me how to do that in Terminal (https://linuxhint.com/format-usb-drive-linux/). While doing that just now, I came across an issue where I copy and pastedand was toldI don't know what I did wrong.
sudo parted /dev/sdb --script -- mkpart primary fat32 1MiB 100%
Error: You requested a partition from 1049kB to 160GB (sectors 2048..312581807). The closest location we can manage is 1048kB to 1048kB (sectors 2047..2047).