When using Linux (Debian), I often use dd to copy a disk image to an SD card. I have written a script that throws an error if the device file specified in the "of" option is too large. This keeps me ...
A have a root file system (file system - image containinf folder structure and content) on a flash drive. The flash drive uses UBI as the underlying file system file system - the way the data blocks ...
I backed up an entire 32GB NTFS partition to a raw image with with dd. The file-system on the partition in accessible under Debian after mounting with: $ sudo mount -o ro,loop ...
I recieved this file that I was told was a copy of a hard drive (or disk). The file is "sheeva-mem.dd.gz". I tried to unzip the file in a linux Fedora machine. This yielded "unexpected end of file". ...
I like create an image backup for the first time I'm backing up a system. After this first time I use rsync to do incremental backups. My usual image backup is as follows: Mount and zero out the ...
I used dd to backup a 80GB drive dd if=/dev/sdb of=~/sdb.img Now I need to access some files on that drive, but I don't want to copy the ".img" back over the drive. mount ~/sdb.img /mnt/sdb ...