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DWool2
Beginner
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Taking an image of Compute Stick

Hi All,

I need to obtain a image of a Compute Stick.

I assume the best way to go about this would be creating a live linux bootable usb and booting to it, then using dd to take an image of the flash storage on the compute stick.

Has this been carried out before?

Thanks

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kfchoong
New Contributor II
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Hi,

I have used Clonzilla to clone the Compute Stick before, works pretty well. It should be a lot "easier" compared to using "dd".

idata
Community Manager
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This is my procedure for imaging an ICS.

USB boot drive with a Live OS, and a USB hard drive (for the images) plugged into a usb hub.

Boot to the Live OS usb drive, mount up the larger USB drive where you want to put (or get) the image.

Unmount the local storage (if it was automounted). In my case this is /dev/mmcblk0p2.

to take an image from a stick:

cd /usbdrive/

dd_rescue -a -b 8M /dev/mmcblk0 filenameoutput

restoring an image is the opposite.

DWool2
Beginner
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Thank you for the replies

IUman
Honored Contributor II
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Hi,

Thank you for joining the Intel communities.

We appreciate your contribution on this thread, it is very interested information.

d4n6 did the information provided above helped you accomplish what you need to do.

Best wishes,

Ivan

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