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  • Linux: How do I resize a disk image (Raspbian SD/USB image)?
    Answer: To resize the last partition in a disk image, for example a Raspberry Pi SD card image first increase the size of the file on ...
  • Cluster HAT: ClusterCTRL: How to write an image to the eMMC?
    Answer: To write an image to the eMMC on a Compute Module you need to boot it as a USB Device using the MSD (Mass Storage ...
  • Command Line: ClusterCTRL: How do I boot a Compute Module from eMMC?
    Answer: To boot a Compute Module from the eMMC USBBOOT must be disabled. If your Compute Module doesn't already have a bootable system see our other instructions. Background When ...
  • Command Line: ClusterCTRL: How do I USBBOOT a Compute Module?
    Answer: To boot a Compute Module as a USB device USBBOOT must be enabled. Background When using ClusterCTRL with Compute Modules "clusterctrl status" will show the status for ...
  • Command Line: ClusterCTRL: How do I USBBOOT a Compute Module and use eMMC as local storage/swap?
    Answer: A Compute Module will boot as a USB device if either USBBOOT is enabled or it can't find bootcode.txt in the first FAT partition on ...
  • Command Line: What does the output of 'clusterctrl status' mean?
    Answer: Running "clusterctrl status" you will get output similar to the below text. clusterhat:1 clusterctrl:2 maxpi:10 ctrl_bus:20:4:3 21:3:3 hat_version:1.2 hat_version_major:1 hat_version_minor:2 hat_size:4 hat_uuid:622aef87-17d6-4022-a370-781e1c3fe2b9 hat_vendor:8086 Consultancy hat_product_id:0x0004 throttled:0x0 hat_alert:0 p1:0 p2:0 p3:0 p4:0 ctrl20:FW:1.1 ADC1:5014mV T1:18.60C p5:0 u5:1 p6:0 u6:1 p7:0 u7:1 ctrl21:FW:1.1 ADC1:4891mV T1:23.52C p8:0 u8:1 p9:0 u9:1 p10:0 u10:1 clusterhat:False if no Cluster HAT is detected.1 if ...

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