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Expand the file system on your Beaglebone microSD media card.

OVERVIEW
You just loaded the latest Debian image on your microSD 8GB card. Did an update and upgrade and are now out of space? This tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to expanding the file system on your BeagleBone microSD media card.
What You Will Need
BeagleBone Black
BeagleBone expandable case Orange or Black (recommended)
AC adapter 5 Volts, 2 Amp (optional)
microSD 8GB card(recommended)
STEP 1
Insert your microSD card, that you have flashed with the latest Debian image using Win32DiskImager. As you power-up the BeagleBone, you may need to press the boot button (and hold it until LEDs are on) to load from the microSD card.

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1 Comment

  1. Thanks for sharing our tutorial Adafruit! There’s plenty more where that came from on Inspire. Here are a just a few of the new things we’ve recently added to Inspire and a quick look at what we have on tap (hint, it involves robots) – http://www.logicsupply.com/blog/2014/07/29/whats-new-inspire-latest-beaglebone-black-projects/

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