Post Last Edited by dlanor at 2014-8-11 09:51 |
@mattrix, re the image from HWL_Stouf:
Even so, that non-Phoenix image may still prove useful, when used together with additional tools.
For the Raspberry Pi I have often used images that lacked ability to expand themselves to fill out the card used (though some have that ability). And for those cases I've used a partitioning tool to expand the main partition myself. This naturally demands that the tool in question is capable of handling the partition type used, which rules out the native disk partitioning tool of a Windows system.
Fortunately there are freeware alternatives with greater capabilities, and one of those is the freeware edition of the "Paragon Partition Manager", which is what I've used for those cases.
What I will do now is first to simply flash that image to a card using "Win32 Disk Imager", and then I'll use "Paragon Partition Manager" to extend the main partition to fill out the card. Next I'll test the card in my BPi, after which I'll report my results here.
Best regards: dlanor