Recently I opened this thread to asking how to get the content of the eMMC memory.
The solution in that thread can be very time consuming…
It would be interesting to save the rootfs content (which is stored into /dev/mmcblk0p10) into another rootfs.img file to replace the original rootfs image file into the OS partition of the SD installation card.
The first problem I see is that fs sizes can give problem, since if rootfs.img is too big, it wont fit into the OS partition of the SD installation card…
Perhaps the best way would be building an SD from scratch with 2 partitions: one FAT containing the u-boot partition and the other one containing the rootfs content, all to be flashed into the non volatile memory.
Since the original installation SD have 9 partitions (here are the output of fdisk -l):
Disk /dev/sdb: 7.2 GiB, 7744782336 bytes, 15126528 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: gpt Disk identifier: 0FA49CC5-A200-4750-8FD6-80D6E3DF5CF6 Device Start End Sectors Size Type /dev/sdb1 34 1057 1024 512K unknown /dev/sdb2 1058 2081 1024 512K unknown /dev/sdb3 2082 4129 2048 1M unknown /dev/sdb4 4130 5153 1024 512K unknown /dev/sdb5 5154 5185 32 16K unknown /dev/sdb6 5186 7233 2048 1M unknown /dev/sdb7 7234 138305 131072 64M unknown /dev/sdb8 138306 2235457 2097152 1G Linux filesystem /dev/sdb9 2235458 7921630 5686173 2.7G Linux filesystem
I have some doubt about doing it with just 2 partitions…
What are your suggestions ?
Thank you in advance.