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November 29, 2017
Tutorial - Raspberry Pi Stand-Alone Programmer
about 4 years ago
Hey there QCPete. Most of those 8GB is probably empty space. I have a small script that should image and resize an SDcard exactly for this usecase :)
people who use the image just have to run sudo raspi-config raspi-config --expand-rootfs, hell if you place a small bash-script in your home directory that runs on boot, it could auto-do it. Just have the script make a file (touch /home/pi/.first_run) and test if that file exists. If it doesn't exist, this is the first boot of the image, and the image should be expanded.
sudo raspi-config raspi-config --expand-rootfs
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