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I have never used a Linux system before and have never even taken a computer class so bear with me. I got this to work so you should be able to as well. I grabbed a couple of the Pi 4's, the 4GB and 8GB models and downloaded Kali Linux on my laptop. Here is what I did to get it to work. On the Linux system: sudo apt if not in root (enter root by sudo su or ...


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One option would be to try ApplePi Baker from Tweaking4All I've found it has handled cards where DD failed but TBH it does look like the card has a real issue and Rsync may be the only way get your data off. I would not try to rescue the OS unless you have a very specific config - if you have lost an OS file the new card could die at the wrong moment in the ...


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First, you have to make sure you are using the right device for your input. Open a terminal window, then: $> lsblk Locate your SD card device. You will have e.g. : [...] sdf 8:80 1 7,5G 0 disk ├─sdf1 8:81 1 256M 0 part /media/m/boot └─sdf2 8:82 1 7,3G 0 part /media/m/rootfs sdf is my device for input, not sdf1 or sdf2. $> sudo ...


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