I have a small flash drive (4 GB) that has a stripped down version of Redhat Linux. I'm currently attempting to move this OS from the flash drive to a much bigger hard drive (500 GB) that is bootable. I was able to copy the image from the flash drive to my computer, but am having issues when copying it to the hard drive.
I'm trying to use dd but it seems that when copying over the image to the hard drive, the image only has access to 4 GB of memory (what it was allocated from the flash drive). The other 496 GB on the hard drive become completely unusable. This obviously defeats the purpose. We'd like to expand the partition but once the OS is
dd over to the hard drive it seems that the 496 GB are unavailable.
Does anyone have a solution?
Thanks in advance.