This did not answer the question in regards to overclocking options .. well aware of risks.Max wrote:If you know what you are doing, you can edit config.txt manually.kurtdcobain wrote: thanks, instead for turbo mode?
If not, do not overclock.
Significantly increases risk of SD card corruption.
Berryboot always formats the entire SD card during installation. So there is no spare space left to expand to.and for expanding raspbian to fill my sd?
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[email protected] ~$ sudo kpartx -av piCore-5.3alpha1-SSH.img add map loop1p1 (254:0): 0 40960 linear /dev/loop1 2048 device-mapper: resume ioctl on loop1p2 failed: Invalid argument create/reload failed on loop1p2 add map loop1p2 (0:0): 0 15680 linear /dev/loop1 43008
Windows sees a limited number of filesystems and it doesn't include squashfs. It doesn't mean the image is not on your USB stick though.kaineanung wrote:Hello,
I have a problem:
I downloaded an Raspbmc-Image and made the steps to convert it manually to squashfs.
Now the new image is on an USB-Stick (with some other files on it) and when I boot with berryboot to install manually the image on the USB-Stick I can't find the Image! The stick seems to be empty when I wan't to choose the installation-img to install it!
The USB-Stick is for Windows-use, should it be formatted in a special Filesystem type?
My Linux (vmware) recorgnize the stick without a problem and copied the image to it.
Thanks a lot for helping me!
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[email protected]oss-Parallels-Virtual-Platform ~ $ sudo kpartx -av '/home/boss/Downloads/OpenELEC-RPi2.arm-5.0.3.img' [sudo] password for boss: add map loop0p1 (252:0): 0 524289 linear /dev/loop0 2048 add map loop0p2 (252:1): 0 65537 linear /dev/loop0 528384 [email protected] ~ $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/loop0p2 /mnt [email protected] ~ $ sudo sed -i 's/^\/dev\/mmcblk/#\0/g' /mnt/etc/fstab sed: could /mnt/etc/fstab not read: File or directory not found [email protected] ~ $