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1) OS / client software / data storage all on SSD drive 2) Single partiton with Ext4 format 3) No need for two partitions or another SD card anymore 4) For accessing data on Windows, either transfer to cloud or USB pen drive. 5) No need for NTFS file system on Pi.


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I had the same problem. I found this solution to work. Summary: Flash a fresh Raspbian install to your SD card, which will be used to boot the system. Use fdisk to partition the SSD. Assuming the SSD is /dev/sda, run fdisk /dev/sda, d, n, enter for defaults, w, q. Format the partition: mkfs.ext4 /dev/sda1 Mount the partition: mkdir /media/newdrive mount /...


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I found a new way to get docker running on the lastest raspbian OS with raspi 4b. Unfortunately I had to scrap berryboot because the kernel for berryboot isn't compatible with docker I believe so no SSD :( Download Debian Buster Enable SSH file in root of SD card if not running desktop curl -fsSL https://get.docker.com -o get-docker.sh sh get-docker.sh sudo ...


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The behavior you describe can apparently be achieved through installation and configuration of the hdparm utility (ref). You might check the Arch Linux repo for this package, or you might try posting this same question on the Arch Linux New User forum.


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Last time I looked at this nextcloud supported entries in fstab as normal. So you could add a line along this format: //192.168.1.20/nassharename /var/nc_data/<user>/files cifs user,rw,file_mode=0770,dir_mode=0770 0 0 Where 192.168.1.20 is the IP address of the NAS - do not use the name as fstab sometimes fails to find it in my network is the next ...


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