Edited by Tido at May 08, 2016 10:38 |
After having booted Bananian from the 4GB SD-card to the SATA SSD
Hi, this explanation is not clear to me.
Did you copy the SDcard to the SATA-SSD and boot from SATA?
Beside, IIRC you will always need a SDcard and at least the /boot partition on the SDcard to boot the device,
even if you have the System on the SATA-SSD.
So you cannot change the SDcard while the device is running.
my old SDcard (2GB) from 2010 wouldn't boot. Make sure you have two to test in case one doesn't work.
The SDcard should be at least 4GB big.