Re: SD Surprise
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If your running Linux, DD is the way to go
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 7:31 AM, John McDonough <wb8rcr@...> wrote:
On Wed, 2016-10-12 at 17:45 -0700, Richard - VE7CVS wrote:
> If you shrink the filesystem before you save it, you can restore it
> expand it to the size of the destination card.
> I use tools like dd, resize2fs and fdisk to manipulate filesystems.
I use dd to make the backups, and certainly I can muck with the
filesystem sizes, but it is just so convenient to just tell dd to copy
this file to this device with no messing around. I suppose if I think
about it, a little bash pixie dust could automate the process tho.
> These commands are worth learning if you want to understand how
> filesystems and storage work.
> But then, I rarely do things the easy way, and I have a compulsion
> know how things work. :-)
hmmm ... sounds familiar ;)
> - Richard, VE7CVS