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”
First of all you will need some kind of bootable Linux distribution. I have used Kali linux. Please execute following commands as root.
First check which partition do you use for your Windows installation. Since I was using Windows 7, first partition was 100MB reserved space and second partition was my Windows installation. Continue reading “ntfsclone Windows partition to smaller partition on another disk”
I have encountered this when moving my Xbian installation from 8GB card to 32GB one. The solution is to copy everything and force it to resize to 32GB.
1. dd copy old SD card to new bigger SD card (for example:
dd if=/dev/sdd of=/dev/sde bs=4M
where sdd is your old card and sde is your new SD card. Continue reading “Force Xbian resize partition when moving to bigger card”