For example you have downloaded 32GB .img file from the Internet and you burned it to your SD card by using dd command in Linux:
dd if=pi.img bs=4M|pv|dd of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=4M
Just to mention again, it’s good to have pv command in the middle in order to track progress of the write. Continue reading “Can’t mount partition copied from image file on your SD card”
I am really annoyed by Windows message that pops up every time when I access my network share asking me to enter my credentials.
I have Samba share running on my D-Link DNS-320 NAS with two shared volumes that I have mounted as network drives Y and Z.
Assignment of drives will work until you restart your PC. After restart you will be presented withe message like this: Continue reading “Remove enter network password popup when accessing your shares”
Xbian is my proffered media center solution for some time now and one of the great features is ability to create .img of your current system so that you can use it for backup purposes or multiplication.
All you need to do is to create your backup using xbian-config script run as root and navigate to Xbian copier: Continue reading “How to backup/restore/mount Xbian .img to a local folder”