I am running a system on a Banana Pi M2+ which I need to clone into a bootable working copy and I cannot find repos for tools like syslinux and clonezilla for the ARM processor.

Is there another solution out there?

Needless to say I left this question for too long and now I am becoming very desperate.

Thanks in advance,


  • Still think you should have a look grub's document about grub-mkiso and show some efforts in your question. – 炸鱼薯条德里克 Jan 10 at 8:12
  • How grub-mkiso is supposed to help if OP wants a ARM based Clonezilla? – nwildner Jan 10 at 10:12
  • Thank you guys, I was not aware that grub-mkiso was available for arm. I will investigate it and get back to you with my results. I have been working with Linux-Live-Kit since posting this message and I think I have a solution, but for some reason it is quite slow to boot compared to the original image I installed from. – Rick Jan 11 at 23:06
  • Well working with linux-live-kit has been proving to be a waste of time as the ISO images are not bootable. So I need to find out how to make them bootable for an ARM based architecture. – Rick Jan 14 at 8:20

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