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Booting Raspbian OS from the USB Disk

Booting Raspbian OS from the USB Disk

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Published by Praveen Rpk
Hi all,
Now you can boot your raspberry pi using USB Disk.So that you can get more when connecting your hard disk.The steps are pretty straight forward.Simple to implement.
Hi all,
Now you can boot your raspberry pi using USB Disk.So that you can get more when connecting your hard disk.The steps are pretty straight forward.Simple to implement.

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Published by: Praveen Rpk on Nov 26, 2013
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 Author: Praveen Kumar R Email ID:praveen@tenettech.com
 
Booting Raspberry Pi From USB Disk
 
 
#9/3,Shree Lakshmi complex,2
nd
 Floor,Opp,To Vivekananda Park,Girinagar,Bangalore-560085
.
www.tenettech.com
 
Introduction:
In this tutorial we will explain how to boot an Raspberry Pi from USB Disk.Anyway  you need SD card to give the minimum boot instruction to start the OS from the Flash drive.
Unlimited Space:
Using this concept we can boot it from the HardDisk,so that we can get more space
 
Steps for Booting Raspbian from USB Disk Step 1:
Download your Raspbian image file from the http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads  Steps for Porting an image file to the SD card click here. 
Step 2:
Minimun size of the USB Disk should be
2
GB(I am using 4GB Pendrive).Format  your USB Disk with FAT
32
 
format.Port an Raspbian OS to the USB Disk as per the same step 1.
Step 3:
 
Open your SD card and the edit the file
 
cmdline.txt.
Open the file and change the path from
root=/dev/mmcblk0p2
 to
root=/dev/sda2
 
mmcblk0p2 is the default path of the SD card and sda2 is the path of your flash drive.
Step 4:
Now everthing is done and pop both your SD card and USB Disk to your Raspberry Pi.It starts booting.If you want to confirm whether it is booting from USB Disk ,just remove the SD card from the board after two minutes. It will still remains the same,you can access  your Raspbian.

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