as far as i remember when i last time play berrybootVairetz wrote:a backup of my Raspbian OS
-a- did you try to boot with connected USB stick or "hot plug" ?Vairetz wrote:it tells me USB drive doesn't detected
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pi@RPI0:~ $ df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 15623040 3176768 12446272 21% /media/pi/APACER16GB pi@RPI0:~ $ ls -la /media/pi/APACER16GB/ total 3176772 -rw-r--r-- 1 pi pi 3252965376 Jan 1 1980 MODIFIED-Debian_Jessie_Raspbian_2016.11.img192
when you have that ( any ) usb stick in the RPI ( while you run RASPBIAN )Vairetz wrote:When I go to the berry boot menù option to backup my OS it tells me: "no USB stick detected".
In Raspbian I can use the USB stick and it's called sda1 but when I reboot the sistem I have the same problem, I try to connect the usb to another usb port but it's the sameKLL wrote:when you have that ( any ) usb stick in the RPI ( while you run RASPBIAN )Vairetz wrote:When I go to the berry boot menù option to backup my OS it tells me: "no USB stick detected".
and you try command
raspbian see the usb stick?, it calls it ? sda1 ?
i know its not same OS like berryboot but its a good start, if raspbian see a stick you remember the drive name ?sda..?
and reboot to berryboot menu. it should also see it ( unless it is a 64GB.. or other special drive where
berryboot could have only older driver / be unable to mount )
if you not see any usb stick ( in raspbian or berryboot ) possibly USB port bad?
you see a blinking LED in the usb stick when you connect it?