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Pixou

Sd card Copy = no boot

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Dear all, 

 

My problem:

I've tried to Copy my current micro sd card(8go) to another one (32go)

Copy with a virtualbox (Ubuntu with the dd command to Copy the first card to the other one) , or with gparted (Copy and past)

But with all these methods the problem stay the same = no boot

 

Error message:
Gave up waiting for root file system device.
Common problems
- Boot args (cat proc/cnd.no)
- Check rootdelay (did the system wait long enough?)
- Missing modules (cat proc/modules: Is /dev)
ALERT UUID-16bb1d19-3ee3-119r-Be32-9920fr7d190a does not exist.
Dropping to a shell!
(initramfs)

 

I'm not an expert with Linux so I don't know how can I resolve this problem. 

 

Can you help me ?
Thx in advance

Board: Cubox-i, Hummingboard / Gate & Edge

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1 hour ago, Pixou said:

ALERT UUID-16bb1d19-3ee3-119r-Be32-9920fr7d190a does not exist.

You have to have matching partition UUIDs in both /boot/armbianEnv.txt and /etc/fstab. To figure out what should be the UUID, check output of "blkid" command.

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Unfortunately the blkid command return nothing just after blkid I see the (initramfs)

 

With ls I don't see the boot folder but in my virtualbox I see the boot folder and the uuid is the same than the error

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1 hour ago, Pixou said:

Unfortunately the blkid command return nothing just after blkid I see the (initramfs)

 

With ls I don't see the boot folder but in my virtualbox I see the boot folder and the uuid is the same than the error

I mean you should do the "blkid" command in a shel of your virtualbox while SDCard reader inserted.

Check also /etc/fstab ...

 

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21 minutes ago, Pixou said:

Done and the uuid is the same 

Are you sure you are checking the right SDCard and that /etc/fstab is also the correct, because such alert is always cause by such mismatch ...

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Yes i'm sure I've checked the cloned SDcard(the original SDcard is on my cubox).

The uuid is the same as the original SDcard

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41 minutes ago, Pixou said:

The uuid is the same as the original SDcard

Right, if copy is done using "dd", but with "gparted" maybe not ...

What is the output of "blkid" ?

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Today I've tested a clone with Clonezilla and same problem. 

Output of blkid ?

The blkid command sent me the same uuid than the error message and the same as the original SDcard. 

I really don't understand What is the problem

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Today I've tested a clone with Clonezilla and same problem. 

Output of blkid ?

The blkid command sent me the same uuid than the error message and the same as the original SDcard. (blkid command with the virtualbox)

I really don't understand What is the problem

 

I've change the uuid (partition uuid, fstab and inside armbian env.txt) and now same error but with the New uuid... 

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