There is a way but it's a bit of an involved process. Here's a summary of what you need to do.nr. wrote:Quick question for the experienced RISCOSsers here. The official RISCOS download seems to be designed for a 2GB SD card, but I didn't have a spare one when I downloaded it, so I copied it to a 4GB card. Is there a way to use the extra 2GB?
Same here - but I'll have a go at answering your questions based on what I learnedED Nurse wrote:I am like the USS Enterprise as far as RISCOS is concerned, I am boldly going where I have never been before.
No. The creation of the partition was done using gparted on a Raspbian box with dosfstools (I think...) and mtools installed. If you find that gparted doesn't give you the option of creating a fat32 partition, try installing these two.a) this is all done on the Raspberry running RISCOS
Nope. See above. Note to self: read the whole message before replyingb) the FAT32FS module actually does the creating of the new partition
No - if I reboot RISC OS, the module needs to be reloaded and the mount command executed again.c)the mount command has to be done once, even if the Raspberry is rebooted, and only has to be redone if the dismount command is issued
I'm sure there is - in the documentation for the module there's some information, but I've not looked into this yet. It'll be possible, no doubt.If c) is not true then is there a way of automatically mounting the new partition on start up?
Check that version 1.41 is loaded. Press 'shift f12' to bring up a task window and type 'help fat32fs'.ED Nurse wrote: I have tried the fat32fs:mount -fp<n> :<d> command from the command line as suggested in the README file.
where n = 2 and d =0 or 16
it reports an error saying that it cannot open the partition.
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