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Use the ubuntu installer to partition the SD card. Then boot the debian installer. Still no SD? to find out more: issue lsblk in ubuntu and debian so we can see if the SD is available or a kernel driver is missing. try lsusb -t / lsusb in ubuntu to see if the card reader is connected via USB.


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Why are you using gparted at all? Either you want the ISO on it, which you have achieved by dd, or you want to do something else. You can't do both (once you put the ISO on it you must not change it in any way). If you partition a device with GPT, it does the following: It puts a MSDOS partition table at the beginning of the device (just so programs ...



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