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==How to shrink a Raspberry Pi image==
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==How to burn an SD image on Mac OS==
*How to burn an sd image on Mac OS:
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*Run Disk Utility
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*Insert the SD card where you will burn the image
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*Check in Disk Utility the disk Number
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*Eject the SD partition
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*Open a terminal and type matching the Number, the path and name of the image
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*sudo dd if=///dir_path/input_image.img of=/dev/rdiskNumber bs=1m
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==How to backup a Raspberry SD card==
 
*Run Disk Utility
 
*Run Disk Utility
 
*Insert the SD card
 
*Insert the SD card
 
*Check in Disk Utility the disk Number
 
*Check in Disk Utility the disk Number
 
*Eject the SD partition
 
*Eject the SD partition
*sudo dd if=///dir_path/image.img of=/dev/rdiskNumber bs=1m
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*Open a terminal and type matching the Number path and name of the image
 
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*sudo dd if=/dev/rdiskNumber of=///dir_path/output_image.img bs=1m
 
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==How to shrink a Raspberry Pi image==
 
*In Ubuntu:
 
*In Ubuntu:
 
*sudo apt-get install dcfldd
 
*sudo apt-get install dcfldd

Latest revision as of 22:39, 17 September 2018

How to burn an SD image on Mac OS

  • Run Disk Utility
  • Insert the SD card where you will burn the image
  • Check in Disk Utility the disk Number
  • Eject the SD partition
  • Open a terminal and type matching the Number, the path and name of the image
  • sudo dd if=///dir_path/input_image.img of=/dev/rdiskNumber bs=1m

How to backup a Raspberry SD card

  • Run Disk Utility
  • Insert the SD card
  • Check in Disk Utility the disk Number
  • Eject the SD partition
  • Open a terminal and type matching the Number path and name of the image
  • sudo dd if=/dev/rdiskNumber of=///dir_path/output_image.img bs=1m

How to shrink a Raspberry Pi image