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using dd to clone image
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Hi all,

I'm trying to burn arch to a microsd via 
Code:
dd if=arch-pine64-bspkernel-20160403-1.img of=/dev/sdg1 bs=1M

the image burns fine, but once i eject/reinsert the microsd, my OS cannot mount or recognize the FS on the microsd.  Any help?
I run arch linux with XFCE here, and my kernel supports all the common FS's up to ext4fs, reiserfs, and ntfs.
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(04-27-2016, 06:29 PM)jproffer Wrote: Hi all,

I'm trying to burn arch to a microsd via 
Code:
dd if=arch-pine64-bspkernel-20160403-1.img of=/dev/sdg1 bs=1M
.

You are burning the image to the first partition, but you must burn it to the device, use sdg not sdg1
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(04-27-2016, 07:19 PM)benpope81 Wrote:
(04-27-2016, 06:29 PM)jproffer Wrote: Hi all,

I'm trying to burn arch to a microsd via 
Code:
dd if=arch-pine64-bspkernel-20160403-1.img of=/dev/sdg1 bs=1M
.

You are burning the image to the first partition, but you must burn it to the device, use sdg not sdg1

argh.. such a rookie mistake!  been a while Smile  Thanks!
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