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It is no problem to access logical volumes from a new installed operating system, e.g. Raspberry Pi OS Buster. Just install rpi ~$ sudo apt install lvm2 and reboot. That is all what you need to manage, access and mount your LVM volumes on the NAS. To verify it, I have flashed Raspberry Pi OS (32-bit) Lite based on Debian Buster to a SD Card and installed ...


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I think you are looking for image-backup image-backup: image-backup creates a backup of a running Raspbian system to a standard 'raw' image file that can be written to an SD card or a USB device with Etcher, imageUSB, etc. It will also perform incremental updates to an existing backup image file. Usage: image-backup [options] [pathto/imagefile for ...


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Now that you know why pishrink doesn't work, you may be interested in a solution that does work: image-utils. I've found its compression (via image-shrink) substantially reduces the image size. You can download image-utils from the forum where it was posted; simply download the compressed package of scripts & place them wherever you think convenient. ...


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But it doesn't work While some CLI apps will accept input from either a filepath or standard input, this is something that's implemented in the application, not the shell or the pipe mechanism. So if such is not implemented in the command, then trying to do this won't work. Generally speaking it is behaviour which will be documented if it exists, and if ...


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