Sandisk 128gb micro SD. plugged into usb converter.
Initial fdisk format: Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type /dev/sdf1 * 2048 249737215 249735168 119.1G c W95 FAT32 (LBA)
Format with parted to fat32.
All looks good.
Then run etcher with image: CentOS-Userland-7-armv7hl-RaspberryPI-Minimal-4-2003-sda.raw on device /dev/sdf
lsblk: sdf 8:80 1 119.1G 0 disk ├─sdf1 8:81 1 286M 0 part ├─sdf2 8:82 1 488M 0 part └─sdf3 8:83 1 1.7G 0 part
sdf3 being /
dd if=image of=/dev/sdf also same outcome.
This is completely and utterly useless.
What the heck is going on here? I must have some fundamental misunderstanding of something. but I am not able to pin it down.
I want my root part to contain the remaining bytes of the disk.
To my knowledge Raspberry Pi's don't like LVM or really anything except fat. So resizing is not doable? Also, to my understanding I can't just take a live USB shove it in a Raspberry Pi, expect to be able to boot into it, then do all the work manually on install. So I am kind of at the end of my working knowledge...
Sigh. Please help me understand.