Are you sure? How did you check that?Steven57 wrote:I have 2 GB usable space on this 16GB card and no means to expand it.
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df -h / /sbin/fdisk -l /dev/mmcblk0
This is a different problem to the one Steven57 has, so you should have started a new post instead of adding to this one.pegasis wrote:I used a sony micro SD card
I updated the existing raspberry B image with the info given here;
http://thepihut.com/blogs/raspberry-pi- ... berry-pi-2
updated the raspberry B distro for raspberry 2
wrote the image from the SD card to a folder, then wrote it to the micro SD card.
said completed, but when I inspected the card I saw no files on it?
tried a total of 3 times with same result???
what am I missing
You may try using Berryboot - Boot menu/OS installer for ARM devices (http://sourceforge.net/projects/berryboot/).Steven57 wrote:New 16GB microSD Card, formatted and latest version of NOOBS downloaded and installed. Raspbian was only boot choice.
Tried to use Raspi-Config to expand card and got message"Your partition layout is not currently supported by this tool. You are probably using NOOBS, in which case your root file system is already expanded anyway."
WRONG! I have 2 GB usable space on this 16GB card and no means to expand it.
Berryboot is alternative of NOOBS. You just need to copy the unzipped Berryboot files to a FAT or FAT32 formatted microSD card. That is all.Steven57 wrote: user007,,,,do I have to have NOOBS on the card with the multi distros?
or do I just copy the multi distro files on a card and it will show me the options?