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Reference partition of mmcblk instead of nvme when referring to the SD card for clarity
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# Extract the compressed file
# Extract the compressed file
# Write the image to your microSD card using your favorite method, examples:
# Write the image to your microSD card using your favorite method, examples:
#* Using ''dd'': On the device you're flashing the microSD card from, find the correct device under <code>lsblk</code> and then flash the image to the microSD card using <code>sudo dd if=pine.img of=/dev/'''[DEVICE]''' bs=1M status=progress conv=fsync</code>. Make sure the target is the whole microSD card and not its first partition (''sdc1'' or ''nvme0n1p1'' are wrong!).
#* Using ''dd'': On the device you're flashing the microSD card from, find the correct device under <code>lsblk</code> and then flash the image to the microSD card using <code>sudo dd if=pine.img of=/dev/'''[DEVICE]''' bs=1M status=progress conv=fsync</code>. Make sure the target is the whole microSD card and not its first partition (''sdc1'' or ''mmcblk0p1'' are wrong!).
#* Using ''bmaptool'': Make sure to select the correct device using <code>lsblk</code>. Then run bmaptool with the correct device: Download the ''.img.xz'' and the ''.img.bmap'' files, then run <code>bmaptool copy --bmap image.bmap image.xz /dev/'''[DEVICE]'''</code>. This takes around 2.5 minutes to flash a 4 GB file.
#* Using ''bmaptool'': Make sure to select the correct device using <code>lsblk</code>. Then run bmaptool with the correct device: Download the ''.img.xz'' and the ''.img.bmap'' files, then run <code>bmaptool copy --bmap image.bmap image.xz /dev/'''[DEVICE]'''</code>. This takes around 2.5 minutes to flash a 4 GB file.
#* Using ''a graphical tool'': A graphical tool such as Gnome Disks under Linux or Etcher under Windows may also be used.
#* Using ''a graphical tool'': A graphical tool such as Gnome Disks under Linux or Etcher under Windows may also be used.
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