ive now tried to flash a new and larger sd card for my organelle-1 and it has failed repeatedly. When i unzip the disk image in win rar it says the file is corrupt. Ive also tried using the native windows10 extract function and it too fails.
Had a look at the resizeSD script and checked with the organelle-m. Two significant differences, though. Then whole procedure has to be applied to partition 3 rather than 2 and you have to manually change the starting sector to the original sector count. You may get that magic starting sector number listing the partitions by entering p within fdisk. Other than that everything works fine.
Does the sector thing really needs to be changed…? I’m trying to adapt the script, i’ve replaced partition 2 to 3 but then i don’t understand what to do with the sector numbers… i can see them but then i guess i need to add an option to one of the command lines (resize2fs or fdisk), could you help or post/send the modified script if it worked on your unit please ?
I should have been more precise. I did not execute or adapt the script. Rather, I had a look at it and did all via ssh on the organelle
The individual steps in the script (basically executing fdisk) with the two deviations I mentioned. One you spotted yourself. The other is the sector number, which you might get from p.
If you want to try by yourself you might have a look at this:
That being said. There is a reason why this is a script and not a tutorial to do that by yourself. Doing that manually means that you know what you are doing. I would not recommend it in case you have little linux experience. It is very easy to kill stuff (even though fdisk is gentle in terms of unwanted changes).
@technobear: Are you sure about the defaults? I think I had to set the sector count manually. I have to admit, though that I do not remember.
On the organelle 1 (= arch Linux) defaults are ok
But it maybe M is setup differently, but when I did it manually I thought I went with the defaults.
I’d have to check but if the patches are on a separate portion which is the the last partition, you simply delete that one, the recreate it with defaults.
This works because fdisk by default uses first unallocated sector.
But it’s possible I’ve forgotten some small detail about when I did this in the M
I have maxxed out my size on the organelle M @thetechnobear Mark is this the current how to for Organelle M?
I gifted my v1 to a student learning pd and i would love to exapnd my M for more storage and i recall following a post of yours that was super straightforward./ is this most recent?
i want to tackle this today and i am hopeful this is still relevant
It looks like the resize-sd patch was written for v1
i’m going to grab a new sdcard but i am going to wait until i hear from someone who’s successfully re-sized M — i hope there’s a simple way but it’s not crucial just convenient
Has anyone found a way to automate the maximization of SD card patch storage for the Organelle M? I just got one and want to store patches on a larger SD card to free up one of the USBs (using the other for WIFI). I ask because, unfortunately, I know nothing about linux, using fdisk, etc, and don’t want to mess anything up or kill anything.
I am, however, super open to learning! So, aside from my question, if anyone has any good beginner resources for these things, please share or message me. I’d love to learn more!