I just got a raspberry pi. It came with an 8GB SD card (actually an SD adapter + microsd card) with the RPi logo on it.
The sd card came pre-installed with NOOBS so I just ran the default raspbian install and started setting it up. Now I have a couple of questions about the file system.
*Q1.* If I plug the SD Card into the sd card reader on my Dell/Windows laptop, it only shows up part of the SD Card. Presumably, there's another partition hidden away that actually has the raspbian os install on it? Is that the case ? Is there anyway to see the OS Partition
Once I'd gotten the stuff I wanted installed, I backed up the card using Win32DiskImager.exe. I then reimaged it onto a blank 32 GB SDHC card I had lying around, but I don't think it's using the full 32GB available.
How do I expand the raspbian install to use the full 32GB available. I tried running the "Expand FS" option in
raspi-config but says that it can't do that (Dave) because it's not supported by NOOBS.
Alternatively, I'd be happy to just create another partition on the SD Card for dumping files into.
The end goal is to set it up as a headless, wifi-access point, running ssh & gphoto2 for capturing and downloading images from a canon dslr for timelapses.