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Not metadata, "file sync." It's an option for dd, not a command, and it makes sure that disk output is flushed to the file system as opposed to being buffered by the OS before dd exits. (It does also make sure the file system metadata is up to date with respect to the dd operation.)


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You can use Epiphany via sudo apt install epiphany. This is the official WebKit browser for Linux https://webkit.org/downloads/. So it uses the same rendering and JavaScript engine as Safari. It just has a different appearance and lacks all the convenience features. It also was the first browser officially supported by the Raspberry Pi foundation back in the ...


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Haven't ever used CentOS but here are some general issues as far as I understand your question. You partition your SD Card with fdisk and it seems you expect that the image fit into the created partition. But an image is a raw copy bit by bit from a source installation containing also its partitioning and formatting. If you restore it e.g. with etcher or dd ...


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Just to further clarify, there's a step-by-step here (Installing CentOS on a Raspberry Pi). Does that match what you've done exactly, approximately or just in general? I haven't tried CentOS on any of my Raspberry Pi computers, but using the Raspberry Pi imager, I've got cards up to 1 TB running Raspbian on the 3b, 3b+ and 4 families. I realize you state ...


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