Well, I copied the card from the 2GB rpi4 using:
dd if=/dev/sdf of=card.img bs=1M count=9000 status=progress
and wrote another card using the reverse command:
dd if=card.img of=/dev/sdf bs=1M count=9000 status=progress
So, I expected it just to *work* when I put the card into a brand new
Alas, all I get is the steady red LED and a handful of flashes from the
yellow ACT LED. The 2 Ethernet LEDs come on steadily too.
That's why I was asking whether you experts would know about going from
a 2GB to 4GB machine would normally just *work* or not.
Thanks in advance for any insights.
On 08/01/2022 21:59, Nathan Giovannini wrote:
> Re: [fedora-arm] Re: Moving headless install from 2GB rpi4 to 4GB rpi4
> Nathan Giovannini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 08/01/2022, 21:59
> Peter Robinson <email@example.com>
> "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>, "firstname.lastname@example.org"
> Could you provide more details....
> This will make it easier to help you.
>> Il giorno 8 gen 2022, alle ore 21:14, Peter Robinson<email@example.com> ha scritto:
>> On Sat, Jan 8, 2022 at 8:09 PM David W. Legg<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Just wondering why my attempt to move a working headless Fedora 34 build
>>> from a 2 GB rpi4 to a 4 GB rpi4 fails even to boot. In fact, it never
>>> even puts out the steady red LED. I copied the micro SD card (from the 2
>>> GB pi) directly over USB and wrote the build to another SD card using dd
>>> using a set of commands that has always been reliable in the past.
>>> Any thoughts, please?
>> Why not just physically move the SD card from one to the other?
>> It's ultimately hard to know why without including the commands you
>> used as what you describe is a fairly high level overview.
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