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Restore of Raspberry Backup

I tried this backup script described in another question "A working script from the Raspberry Community made by a member there", it runs with "pv" and "dd", but I was not able to properly restore it ...
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Installing new OS over ssh

I currently have OpenELEC insalled on my PI and I want to install retropie instead. I do not have a micro sd adapter or reader on my computer. Is it possible for me to install the new operating system ...
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New raspberry pi 3 issue with trying to boot of fresh raspbian image

I'm trying to get my new raspberry pi 3 to boot with raspbian but i'm having issues. Currently I have the latest version of raspbian on a SD card and when I plug in the pi I ultimately get the ...
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RaspPi 3 does not boot (no ACT LED); trying to re-flash SD card, it shows up as '127 MB unknown'

So I'm coming back to my Raspberry Pi 3 after it was unwired for a week. Although I correctly shut it down and all, it doesn't boot. The power LED is steady red, but the ACT LED doesn't do anything. ...
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How to create duplicate images, but change a couple of files

I'm in the process of creating around 20-40 rPi's with the same software running on them. Everything about the software running on the different Pi's are identical, except for two things: The ...
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How can I read files from my LibreELEC formatted SD card?

I've installed LibreELEC 9.2.1 on my Raspberry Pi 4's SD card. For technical reasons, I need to remove the card from the Pi and read a log file using my laptop. I've tried mounting the SD card from ...
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How to export a Linux instance from VirtualBox to a plain text filesystem?

For example, Raspberry Pi images can be "burned" to an SD card from an image file that contains a simple plain-text file tree that is the Raspbian (a Debian sub-flavor) filesystem (e.g., as discussed ...
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RaspberryPi turns on but wont start

So I come home and the power strip in which I left the RaspberryPi has tripped and it was off. I restart it, but I notice that the RaspberryPi wasn't giving any output when I plugged the monitor in. I ...
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How do you install software directly into a SD image?

So I'm using this SD Card image for my raspberry pi downloaded from Ubiquity Robotics. It has ROS preinstalled and runs Ubuntu OS. The problem is I'm missing a few dependencies missing and because of ...
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Can't mount raspberry after I've burn raspbian [closed]

Given: So, I have an 8 GB sd card. TODO: Get raspbian Solution: First I delete the partition: Command (m for help): d Selected partition 1 Partition 1 has been deleted. After i've created a new ...
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Raspberry Pi 2 Crashes, ACT light blinking

after a while of my headless Pi being on it usually crashes so that I then have to psychically unplug power. I have noticed that after a crash, red light is gone but the green LED ACT is blinking at a ...
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migrate a PI-2 bootable sd card to be PI-3 bootable

I have an SD-card (with pi-topDashboard a raspian-version with drivers and tools for the Pi-Top-laptop) that boots just fine in a PI-2 model B, but fails to boot on the newer PI-3 model B. Instead of ...
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Combine aspects of two disk images of two OS files

I am just learning. I have installed email, bluetooth and several other items on my RaspberryPi. Now I have purchased a 5" screen to use and the drivers are on a separate img file provided by the ...
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how do i add a .img file to my sd card that has the OS?

I jusr got a 3.5" lcd touch screen. I have an .img file from the manufacturer. How can I add this onto an existing SD? Can I just install it through a command line?
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How can I find these files?

I am roughly following this tutorial and have created a kernel.img. It says: Do you still have the SD card with the original Raspbian image on it from when you where testing the hardware above? ...

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