I recently came across a couple of ideas on Raspberry Pi forums that made me think ‘wow, that’s so crazy it might just work!’
These are disk management commands that Linux allows, but probably shouldn’t. Even Linux power users go pale (well, even paler) at the thought of trying them on their precious desktop PCs. On SD-card systems like the Beaglebone, Beagleboard and Raspberry Pi, though, they’re considerably less scary, and they really do work.
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