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How to Boot Raspberry Pi 4/400 From a USB SSD

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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4GB (Amazon Affiliate link) - 🤍 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 8GB Starter Kit (Amazon Affiliate link) - 🤍 Raspberry Pi 400 4GB RAM (Amazon Affiliate link) - 🤍 Booting your Raspberry Pi 4 or #Raspberry Pi 400 from #USB #SSD drive is getting way more easier than before, but it still require several manual steps. And this is exactly what I will show you in this video. The easiest, official and stable way to boot a Raspberry Pi from SSD. No shuffling and straight to the point. Coming up. ► TIME TABLE 00:00 Intro 00:30 What you need to boot Raspberry Pi 4 or 400 from SSD 02:01 What to do when the Raspberry PI start? 02:28 Update Raspberry Pi OS and firmware 03:13 Install the latest Bottom 03:35 Using raspi-config tool 04:32 Clone the microSD card to SSD 05:15 After SD cloning is complete 05:38 Outro ► SUPPORT MY WORK Patreon – 🤍 Paypal – 🤍 Bitcoin – 1GnUtPEXaeCUVWdJxCfDaKkvcwf247akva Revolut - 🤍 ► COMPATIBLE DEVICES FOR USB BOOT SSD HP P600, 250GB, USB 3.1 - 🤍 Samsung 860 EVO 500GB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD 🤍 ELUTENG USB3 SATA Adapter 2.5 Inch SATA to USB 3.0 🤍 SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB Sata III 2.5 Inch - 🤍 Samsung BAR Plus 64 GB Type-A 200 MB/s USB 3.1 - 🤍 SanDisk Ultra 32 GB USB Flash Drive USB 3.0 - 🤍 SanDisk 256GB Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive - 🤍 Crucial MX500 250GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 Inch Internal SSD (needs SATA adapter) - 🤍 Samsung 860 QVO 1TB Solid State Drive (needs SATA adapter) - 🤍 ► COMMANDS FROM VIDEO # connect to Raspberry Pi over SSH # default pass is: raspberry ssh pi🤍YOUR_RPI_IP # update OS and firmware sudo apt update sudo apt full-upgrade sudo rpi-update # reboot Raspberry Pi sudo reboot # install latest bootloader sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -a # launch this tool for final configurations sudo raspi-config ► MY GUIDE - ON SALE Smart Home Getting Started Smart Home Guide - 🤍 ► AFFILIATE LINKS Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4GB - 🤍 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 8GB Starter Kit (Amazon Affiliate link) - 🤍 Kingston 16GB microSDHC Canvas Select Plus 100MB/s - 🤍 SanDisk 16GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter - 🤍 4K Micro HDMI to HDMI Cable 3FT - 🤍 Micro HDMI to HDMI Adapter - 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Power Supply Charger AC Adapter 5V 3A USB-C - 🤍 Acer R240HY bidx 23.8-Inch IPS HDMI DVI VGA (1920 x 1080) - 🤍 Philips 276E9QDSB 27" frameless monitor, Full HD IPS, 4YR Warranty - 🤍 Best Crypto currency exchange Binance - 🤍 Tech that I’m using right now - 🤍 Get $100 in credit over 60 days for DigitalOcean - 🤍 ► COME AND SAY “HI” My Discord server - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 ✅ Don't Forget to like 👍 comment ✍ and subscribe to my channel! ► DISCLAIMER Some of the links above are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you click on the link and purchase an item. You are not obligated to do so, but it does help fund these videos in hopes of bringing value to you!

How To Boot From USB Raspberry Pi 4! NO SD CARD! Boot from SSD,USB Drive

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We will be refreshing the eePROM on the raspberry pi 4 so follow this tutorial at your own risk! In this video I show you how to set up your Raspberry Pi 4 to boot from USB using an SSD or other USB drive! After you are all set up you do not need an SD Card in the Pi everything will run from the USB drive or SSD! Text File with commands: 🤍 Or: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Forum Post: 🤍 Need a Pi4? Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 SD Cards: 🤍 Ice Tower cooler: 🤍 sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo rpi-update sudo reboot sudo apt install rpi-eeprom sudo nano /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update replace critical by beta crtl-x and Y sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/beta/pieeprom-2020-05-15.bin you can check the bootloader version using: vcgencmd bootloader_version vcgencmd bootloader_config Check for BOOTORDER=0xF41. 4 is for booting from USB and 1 is booting from the sd card. Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY!

Booting the Raspberry Pi 4 with an External SSD

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I'll show you how to boot the Pi 4 with an external USB 3.0 SSD, then show some benchmarks that highlight the huge speed difference you get when you run from an SSD versus a microSD card. Blog post that accompanies this video: 🤍 "Pi 4 a Day" - Watch me try replacing my Mac with a Pi for a whole day: 🤍 Kingston 240 GB SSD: 🤍 Inateck USB 3.0 Enclosure: 🤍

How To Boot A Raspberry Pi 4 From An SSD

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In this video, I'll walk you through setting up your Raspberry Pi 4 to boot from any USB connected SSD or alternate drive step by step. We'll start by flashing the SD card, then copy the card to the drive, move on to setting up the Pi and finish off by removing the SD card and allowing the Pi to boot from the SSD. Visit my blog if you'd prefer to read through the written tutorial - 🤍 Drive Speed Comparisons: Jeff Geerling - 🤍 leepspvideo - 🤍 Get your own pre-cut plywood case kit - 🤍 Plywood case assembly instructions - 🤍 What You Need For The Plywood Case Project Raspberry Pi Plywood Case Kit – 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4B – 🤍 Low Profile Ice Tower – 🤍 1TB NVME Drive – 🤍 NVME Drive USB C Adaptor – 🤍 Argon Case Adaptor - 🤍 Sandisk Extreme MicroSD Card 32GB - 🤍 Tools & Equipment Used PVA Glue - 🤍 Electric Screwdriver (Similar to mine, mine is out of stock) - 🤍 Some of the above parts are affiliate links. By purchasing products through the above links, you’ll be supporting this channel, with no additional cost to you. If you've got any ideas for Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or other Electronics projects or tutorials you'd like to see, let me know in the comments section.

Raspberry Pi 4 Boot from USB

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In this video, I show how to boot your Raspberry Pi 4 from a USB hard drive. Super easy! Also, click the blog post link below to follow along with written instructions. Written instructions: 🤍 Product links (Amazon affiliate): Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Seagate 2TB external hard drive: 🤍 Silicon Power 256GB M.2: 🤍 SSK Aluminum USB 3.1 to M.2 SSD Enclosure: 🤍 Timecodes: 00:00 Intro 00:53 Equipment needed 04:25 Flash Rasbian onto microSD card 05:52 Plug in components to the Pi 06:56 Boot the Pi for the first time 07:22 Initial setup wizard 09:08 Fdisk to check out available drives 10:10 Install Gnome Partition Editor (gparted) (OPTIONAL STEP) 11:21 Copy microSD card to HDD 12:48 Initial benchmark 14:15 Make sure raspi-config is set to boot from USB 15:02 Mistakes are made 15:42 Run updates 16:53 Shut down and remove microSD card 17:38 Check fdisk and benchmarks Buy me a beer! 🤍 Or donate some Crypto! 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍crosstalksol Crosstalk Solutions - RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS: 🤍 Crosstalk Discord: 🤍 Amazon Wish List: 🤍 Crosstalk Solutions offers best practice phone systems and network/wireless infrastructure design/deployment. Visit 🤍 for details. Connect with Chris: Twitter: 🤍CrosstalkSol LinkedIn: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍

Raspberry Pi 4 Boot from USB/SSD | No SD Card Required

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Through this video and tutorial, we are going to explain to you about setting up "Raspberry Pi 4 Boot from USB/SSD | No SD Card Required" Website Link: 🤍 Please share your valuable feedback about the video. Equipment used: Raspberry Pi 4 - 2 GB version Flash Drive: 32 GB [3.0] SD Card: 16 GB class 10 Operating System used: Elementry OS Screen Recorder used: VokoScreen Editing Software: Kdenlive XRDP: Remmina ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Follow Us On! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks for watching #raspberrypi4usbboot, #pcmac24x7 Please Like, Share, Subscribe, and Comment.

How to Boot Raspberry Pi from USB and SSD Drives

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We associate the Raspberry Pi with microSD storage, but if you're looking to scale up the ways you use your Pi, then you may want to run it from a fully-fledged USB hard drive. Here we're going to show you how to boot your Raspberry Pi 4 via USB, letting you use it with SSDs and flash drives. SD Card vs. SSD: What Is Really the Difference?: 🤍 Pi Web Server: 🤍 Pi Minecraft Server: 🤍 For more tech tips, how-tos, guides, app lists, game lists and all things tech, hit the ‘Subscribe’ button or check out our other videos: 🤍 Or visit our website at: 🤍

Raspberry Pi 4 Official USB SSD Boot

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CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 8GB Starter Kit (Amazon Affiliate link) - 🤍 Raspberry PI 4 can now officially boot from USB - finally! That means you can use #SSD or HDD drives instead of SD card. In today’s video I will show you how you can do that step by step and you don’t even have to attach a monitor to your #Raspberry #Pi. UPDATE: Stable version is now Available! My new HOW-TO ➡️ 🤍 Compatible devices for USB Boot (The link below are affiliate Links) SSD HP P600, 250GB, USB 3.1 - 🤍 Samsung 860 EVO 500GB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD 🤍 ELUTENG USB3 SATA Adapter 2.5 Inch SATA to USB 3.0 🤍 SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB Sata III 2.5 Inch - 🤍 Samsung BAR Plus 64 GB Type-A 200 MB/s USB 3.1 - 🤍 SanDisk Ultra 32 GB USB Flash Drive USB 3.0 - 🤍 SanDisk 256GB Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive - 🤍 Crucial MX500 250GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 Inch Internal SSD (needs SATA adapter) - 🤍 Samsung 860 QVO 1TB Solid State Drive (needs SATA adapter) - 🤍 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 4GB Starter Kit - 4GB RAM - 🤍 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 8GB Starter Kit (Amazon Affiliate link) - 🤍 Kingspec Z3 Type C USB 3.1 External SSD (Reported by CraftSense in my YouTube) - 🤍 Geekworm X825 2.5 inch SATA HDD/SSD Expansion Board (Reported by Jay in peyanski.com) - 🤍 Kingston A400 120G Internal SSD M.2 SA400M8 (Reported by Luiz Barreto in peyanski.com) - 🤍 My ALL IN 1 page - 🤍 ► TIME TABLE 00:00 Intro 00:24 What you will see in this video? 01:22 Compatible USB drives 01:38 Creating a SD card with Raspberry Pi Imager 03:11 Creating a SSH file to allow remote SSH login 03:55 Getting ready and updating the Raspberry OS 04:59 Installing rpi-eeprom package for bootloader update 05:30 Editing a file before bootloader update 06:12 Updating the bootloader 06:51 Check if the bootloader is updated 07:07 Check if the boot order is correct 07:29 Burning the Raspberry OS on the SSD 08:21 Copy some files from SD to SSD 09:27 Removing the SD card and booting from SSD 09:58 Question for You! 10:36 Enable VNC server for remote GUI connection 11:25 Quick Fix if you have issues connecting with VNC 12:17 Support my Work! ► STEPS TO EXECUTE # Update and reboot sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade -y sudo rpi-update sudo reboot # Install eeprom sudo apt install rpi-eeprom -y # UPDATED: replace "critical" with "stable" sudo sed -i 's/critical/stable/g' /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update # OLD: This is for the old beta release! Replace "critical" with "beta" only if you need beta release # otherwise use the stable command from above and don't execute this at all. sudo sed -i 's/critical/beta/g' /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update # UPDATED: update bootloader with version 2020-06-15 or newer and reboot sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/stable/pieeprom-2020-06-15.bin # OLD: This is for the old beta release! Update bootloader like this only if you want the beta # Otherwise use the stable command from above and don't execute this at all. sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/beta/pieeprom-2020-06-03.bin # Reboot sudo reboot # Check the if the bootloader version is updated as well as the boot order vcgencmd bootloader_version vcgencmd bootloader_config # (For MacOS) to create a ssh file in the boot partition to allow remote SSH connection touch /Volumes/boot/ssh ► FULL ARTICLE If you prefer to read, check the full article right here - 🤍 ► USEFUL LINKS Official page that provide links to Prod and Dev images - 🤍 Pi 4 Bootloader Configuration - 🤍 ► SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER FOR FULL ARTICLES - SENT WEEKLY. You can do that here - 🤍 ► COME AND SAY “HI” on: My Discord server: 🤍 My Twitter: 🤍 ✅ Don't Forget to like 👍 comment ✍ and subscribe to my channel! ► DISCLAIMER Some of the links above are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you click on the link and purchase an item. You are not obligated to do so, but it does help fund these videos in hopes of bringing value to you!

How To Boot Raspberry Pi 4 from USB SSD

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The Raspberry Pi 4 comes with an EEPROM that supports USB booting. This HOW TO will walk you through updating the bootloader, verifying the boot order, coping the SD card image onto a USB SSD drive and finally booting from USB. This HOW TO assumes you have the knowledge to execute commands from a terminal window on the Raspberry Pi desktop or over an SSH connection. We do NOT recommend using raspi-config for USB booting configuration. Note: Your EEPROM update dates my be newer from those in video. Just be sure your EEPROM version is at LEAST 09-03-2020. 2/04/21 UPDATE: As you have noticed the "critical" channel is referenced in the video as the channel or directory being changed. However, most of you will be changing from the "default" channel/directory. This won't make any difference to your outcome since you are still changing to the "stable" directory. At 2:03 it states a new EEPROM date of '12-03-2020', that is wrong of course, it is '12-11-2020' as shown on command line. Useful links: Step by step web tutorial from Raspberry Street 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 EEPROM release notes.

Raspberry Pi boots off an NVMe SSD, natively!

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The Raspberry Pi can now boot off NVMe drives natively—assuming you have the right hardware. NVMe Boot is currently in beta, but will hopefully be available on all Compute Module 4's soon! This is the fastest way to run a Raspberry Pi, but is it better than just using an NVMe SSD using a USB 3.0 adapter on the Pi 4 model B? Watch the video and find out! Here are all the products I used/demoed (some are affiliate links): - MirkoPC CM4 board: 🤍 - WD_BLACK SN750 500 GB SSD: 🤍 - USB 3.0 to NVMe adapter with UASP: 🤍 - USB 3.0 PCI Express card: 🤍 - MZHOU NVMe to PCI Express adapter card: 🤍 - SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSD card: 🤍 - Kingston 120GB 2.5" SATA SSD: 🤍 And here's a link to a blog post that goes with this video: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #NVMe #MirkoPC Contents: 00:00 - Intro 00:15 - The MirkoPC 01:08 - NVMe Boot Beta 03:27 - Benchmarks 06:44 - Power Supply issues 08:01 - Where does Pi go next? 08:59 - Thanks and Bloopers

Home Assistant Raspberry Pi 4 SSD Installation and Migration

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Installing Home Assistant on a Raspberry Pi 4 with an SSD has never been easier! In this video I will show you how to migrate your Home Assistant installation from a Raspberry Pi 4 with an SD card to a brand new install on an SSD, this video is for people who want to do a brand new install of Home Assistant, and those who also want to migrate their old installation too! If you'd like to support me and future projects: Patreon: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Imager: 🤍 Pi 4: Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Bundle: 🤍 Power Supply: 🤍 2.5 Inch SSDs (all good choices): Option 1: 🤍 Option 2: 🤍 Option 3: 🤍 Option 4: 🤍 Option 5: 🤍 m.2 SSDs (all good choices): Option 1: 🤍 Option 2: 🤍 Option 3: 🤍 Option 4: 🤍 Option 5: 🤍 SATA to USB Adapters (if you chose a 2.5 inch drive): Option 1: 🤍 Option 2: 🤍 M.2 to USB Adapters (if you chose an m.2 drive): Option 1: 🤍 Option 2: 🤍 Pi 4 Enclosure with room for SSD and adapters: m.2 version: 🤍 2.5 inch SATA version (so cool!!!!): 🤍 Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 Written Article: 🤍 EVERYWHERE YOU CAN FIND ME: Everything Smart Home Community Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 (🤍EverySmartHome) Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #homeassistant #smarthome Some of the links above are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you click on the link and purchase an item. You are not obligated to do so, but it does help fund these videos in hopes of bringing value to you! 0:00 - Intro? 0:56 - Hardware recommendations 4:12 - Taking a backup for migration users 5:26 - Installing Home Assistant to the SSD 6:14 - Changing the Bootloader to boot USB 7:45 - Booting the Pi from SSD 8:00 - WiFi Setup 8:30 - Logging into Home Assistant UI for Setup 9:44 - Restoring your backup

#312 Boot a Raspberry Pi4 with an SSD to make it reliable and fast

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New: Raspberry OS now natively supports USB/SSD boot! Enough is enough! I waited for more than half a year to boot my new Raspberry Pi 4 from SSD to increase its speed and reduce the chance of losing my valuable data. Today we will change that. Without the help of the Raspberry project team. All we need is know-how, a little bit of time, and an old SD card. I am a proud Patreon of GreatScott!, Electroboom, Electronoobs, EEVblog, and others. Links: Raspberry Pi4 US: 🤍 Raspberry Pi4 DE: 🤍 Raspberry Pi4 : 🤍 SSD KingSpec: 🤍 Orico SSD case: 🤍 Pi4 Cooler: 🤍 or 🤍 HDMI Switch: 🤍 James' Blog: 🤍 Actualized video: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links which support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 My Bitcoin address: 19FSmqbBzb5zsYB1d8Bq4KbxVmezToDNTV If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job

Raspberry Pi 4 SSD HDD USB boot 2021

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Wie kann ich Raspberry Pi von SSD booten? Wie kann ich Raspberry Pi Betriebssystem auf SSD kopieren? Befehle und ausführliche Anleitung: 🤍 #RasPiSSD #RaspberryPi4USBboot #SDCardCopier #Tutorial #Deutsch Zeitstempel 00:00 eeprom aktualisieren 01:23 Betriebssystem auf SSD kopieren 02:05 Herunterfahren und SD entfernen 02:16 System von SSD booten

Raspberry Pi 3 USB SSD Boot

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Booting a Raspberry Pi 3 from an SSD connected via a USB adapter. Includes demo of the Etcher image writer, which is available at: 🤍 Please note that the process shown in this video remains experimental and hence should be undertaken at your own risk. Please also note that you can boot a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ from USB without having to go through the process shown in this video. Only the first Raspberry Pi 3 needs re-configuring for USB boot. The Pi 3 B+ is pre-configured for USB boot. If you like this video, you may also enjoy some of my other Raspberry Pi videos including: Raspberry Pi GPIO inputs: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 3 Overclocking: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Robotics #2: Zumo Robot: 🤍 Raspspberry Pi Robotics #3: Keyboard Control: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Robotics #5: Line Follower: 🤍 More videos on computing-related topics can be found at: 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍

EASY! Boot Raspberry Pi from USB SSD and Restore Home Assistant after SD Card Failure!

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EASY SSD Boot on Raspberry Pi 4! Boot Home Assistant off SSD drive on Raspberry Pi 4 and restore a backup after SD card failed. 🛒SSD Drive: 🤍 🛒SATA Drive Adapter: 🤍 Links: ➜ Compatible Device List: 🤍 ➜ Home Assistant Downloads: 🤍 Join the channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you would like to support me: Buy me a beverage: 🤍 Become a patron: 🤍 My home automation gear (may contain affiliate links): 🤍 My video creation and productivity gear (may contain affiliate links): 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:45 Prerequisites 01:50 Flash Bootloader on SD Card 03:00 Boot Raspberry Pi with Bootloader 03:43 Prep SSD 04:42 Flash Home Assistant on SSD 06:07 Boot Raspberry Pi with SSD 07:18 Bring Up Pi Page in Browser 09:22 Restore Home Assistant Backup 11:22 Final Thoughts and Wrap DISCLAIMER: Some of the links above take you to affiliate sites that may or may not pay a small commission to me. I am a member of the Amazon Affiliate Program. It doesn't increase the cost to you, but it does help support me in making these videos. Snail Mail to Send Stuff: Mostlychris 24165 IH-10 West STE 217 #164 San Antonio, TX 78257

Raspberry Pi 4 von USB booten - ganz einfach von externer USB Platte / SSD starten ohne SD-Karte

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Wie boote ich einen Raspberry Pi von externer USB Platte oder SSD? Das geht ganz einfach! In diesem Video erkläre ich Dir wie. Weitere Infos auf meinem Blog: 🤍 Zum Nachbauen benötigst Du wir folgt: Raspberry Pi Hardware (Affiliate Link) Argon one M2 Case: 🤍 M.2 SSD: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 : 🤍 Netzteil: 🤍 SD-Karte: 🤍 externe USB-Platte: 🤍 Falls benötigt: SD-Card Reader: 🤍 Kabel: 🤍 Software: DietPi: 🤍 Balena Etcher: 🤍 Bitvise SSH Client: 🤍 Lan Scanner: 🤍 🤍 7Zip: 🤍 - Unterstütze meinen Kanal durch eine kleine Spende. Das hilft mir auch in Zukunft interessante Videos für Dich zu machen: 🤍 Besuche uns auch: Blog: 🤍​ Dort findest Du weitere Informationen zu den Themen aus unseren Videos. Anregungen und Fragen bitte in den Kommentaren posten. Wir werden alle Fragen beantworten. Viel Spass beim schauen Holger Erbe LOGIN TechBlog / LOGIN SystemHaus

Raspberry Pi 4 USB Boot is official! How-to

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It's finally here! The Raspberry Pi engineers finally made USB boot on the Pi 4 official, taking it out of beta. This video shows you how to boot a Pi 4 off a USB drive for better performance and stability... or just for fun! Check out my blog post on booting the Pi 4 via USB: 🤍 Also check out my two previous videos on USB drive performance on the Pi 4: TRIM, UASP and real-world tests: 🤍 USB performance benchmarks: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 #RaspberryPi

BOOT z USB na Raspberry Pi 4 | Tutorial

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Tutorial, w którym dowiecie się, jak uruchomić system na Raspberry Pi 4B z pendrive, dysku SSD czy dowolnego innego nośnika danych podpiętego do portu USB 2.0 lub USB 3.0 i to bezpośrednio, czyli bez zostawiania bootloadera na karcie SD. TU KUPISZ PENDRIVE SSD SLC: ► 🤍 TU JESTEM: ► FACEBOOK 🤍 ► INSTAGRAM 🤍 ► INTELIGENTNA GRUPA 🤍 KOMENDY PRZY SPRAWDZENIU I AKTUALIZACJI BOOTLOADERA W EEPROM NA RASPBERRY PI 4B: Aktualizujemy system ~ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y Sprawdzamy wersję bootloadera w EEPROM ~ sudo rpi-eeprom-update Aktualizujemy bootloader w EEPROM ~ sudo rpi-eeprom-update -a Restartujemy system ~ sudo reboot now KOMENDY I ZAWARTOŚĆ PLIKÓW PRZY PROBLEMIE Z NIESTARTUJĄCĄ PAMIĘCIĄ USB PODPIĘTĄ DO PORTU USB 3.0 RASPBERRY PI 4B: Listujemy urządzenia podpięte pod USB ~ lsusb Edytujemy plik cmdline.txt ~ sudo nano /boot/cmdline.txt Dodajemy do pliku (np. na początku) usb-storage.quirks=aaaa:bbbb:u (zamieniamy aaaa:bbbb zgodnie z ID) Restartujemy system ~ sudo reboot now SPIS TREŚCI: 00:00 Boot z USB na Raspberry Pi 4B 02:03 Jak sprawdzić wersję bootloadera zapisaną w EEPROM 03:40 Aktualizacja bootloadera w EEPROM Raspberry Pi 4B 04:27 Problemu z bootowaniem z portu USB 3.0 Raspberry Pi 4 06:12 Rozwiązanie problemu z bootowaniem z portu USB 3.0 W odcinku dowiesz się jak zaktualizować bootloader w Raspberry Pi 4B, jak wygląda boot z USB na Raspberry Pi 4B, czy boot na Raspberry Pi 4B jest możliwy bez karty SD, jakie są problemy z bootowanie Raspberry Pi 4B z USB, dlaczego boot z USB 3.0 na Raspberry Pi nie działa, jak poradzić sobie z problemem z bootowaniem z portu USB 3.0 na Rasperry Pi 4B, jak poradzić sobie z problemem przy bootowaniu z dysku SSD na Raspberry Pi 4B, czy Raspberry Pi 4B może bootować z pendrive, na czym polega problem z Raspberry Pi 4B i protokołem UAS czyli USB Attached SCSI, oraz zobaczysz ciekawy mostek USB 3.0 M.2, który pozwoli używać dysk SSD na tej samej zasadzie co pendrive. #raspberrypi #iot

Raspberry Pi4 von SSD booten - KOMPLETT OHNE SD KARTE! | verdrahtet.info

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#verdrahtet #raspberrypi #ssdboot Den Raspberry Pi4 komplett von der SSD booten ohne SD Karte? Das klappt nun recht einfach - hier zeige ich Dir wie! Viel Spaß! Link zum Artikel: 🤍  Du möchtest verdrahtet unterstützen? Dann werde Kanalmitglied! Alle Infos hier: 🤍 P R O D U K T E A U S D E M V I D E O : • Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 • SD Karte: 🤍 • Alu Gehäuse Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 • SSD Adapter: 🤍 S E M I N A R E : • HomeMatic und ioBroker Seminare: 🤍 C O M M U N I T Y : • Internet: 🤍 • Facebook Gruppe: 🤍 • Facebook Seite: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 E Q U I P M E N T : • Übersicht: 🤍 * Enthält Affiliate-Links. Euch entstehen keine zusätzlichen Kosten, ich bekomme ggf. eine kleine Provision.

Boot Raspberry Pi 4 from SSD drive with 6 easy steps | Best for always on server & long term setup

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#bootraspberryfromssd, #raspberrypiusbboot In this video I explained 6 easy steps to boot raspberry pi from SSD drive. MicroSD card is not reliable solution for always on server and long term setup. In terms of speed and reliability, SSD drive is the best solution. wpa_supplicant.conf (WiFi enabling on RPI) = country=IN ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev network={ ssid="WiFI SSID" psk="WiFi PASSWORD" key_mgmt=WPA-PSK } How to setup: 1. Flash Raspbian or any compatible OS on both microSD card and SSD drive using etcher or Raspberry Pi Imager. 2. Insert microSD card or Raspberry Pi and boot. 3. Login to Raspberry Pi and execute below command one after another. sudo apt update sudo apt full-upgrade sudo rpi-update 4. Reboot Raspberry Pi. 5. After login run below command to update latest bootloader into eeprom. sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -a 6. Run "sudo raspi-config" to open the configuration setting. Navigate and select below options: Advanced Options Bootloader version select Latest Use the latest version boot ROM software Reset boot ROM to defaults? select No OK. Advanced Options Boot Order select USB Boot OK. 7. Shutdown/power off raspberry pi. Take off microSD card and attached SSD drive to USB port and power on pi. Now Raspberry Pi will start boot from SSD drive.

Raspbian speed test. USB Boot. SD card Vs SSD Vs Physical HDD Raspberry Pi 4. Diagnostics

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Raspbian speed test. USB Boot. SD card Vs SSD Vs Physical HDD Raspberry Pi 4. Raspberry Pi 4 Raspberry Pi diagnostics drive os speed test sudo apt install agnostics Added to config.txt hdmi_ignore_edid=0xa5000080 disable_overscan=1 over_voltage=6 arm_freq=2147 gpu_freq=750 ———— Boot time 21 seconds SSD Boot time 42 seconds HDD Boot time 24 seconds Sd (has boot priority) USB boot tutorial Raspberry Pi 4. Tutorial Official USB SSD Boot. ## at 3.38 extra step see pinned comment ## 🤍 Devices compared SD magix sd card 16gb A1 V10 SSD KingDian S200 60GB 128M Cache SATAIII SSD Solid State Drive HDD XBOX 360 Hitachi 5400RPM September 2008 Results shown in detail at the end of the video Links Disk drive caddy Link 🤍 Sd card link 16gb Magix A1 🤍 SSD 60GB link 🤍 All of my Pi videos are here (170 plus) Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍

Raspberry Pi 4. Tutorial Official USB SSD Boot. ## at 3.38 extra step see pinned comment ##

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Raspberry Pi 4. Tutorial Official USB SSD Boot Thanks to Marcin Raspberry Pi 4 4gb Sorry this video is a bit sketchy, for hours it wasn’t working. Perform this at your own risk. The sensible patient people will wait for the official release. Ok so this is my tutorial on adding the official USB boot functionality to your Raspberry Pi 4 There may be less steps needed but this what worked for me My previous video shows my first successfull boot. This is in testing at the moment so you may brick your Pi. Do this at your own risk Obviously it will be added through the normal update procedure in the future but some of us like testing things install the last version of Raspbian on an sd card using balena etcher or raspberry Pi imager. I’m using the minimal install with a desktop interface. Put your sd card into the Pi and boot it as normal and follow the on screen setup. You will need an Internet connection While this is booting write the same image to a usb stick (beware most are slower than sd cards this is just proving it works) a better way is with a usb caddy and an sd card that way you get much better performance Open a terminal on your Pi And type sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo rpi-update Follow the onscreen instructions When it’s finished type Sudo reboot sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade Another update was available This time my Eeprom updated to 7.0.1 sudo apt install rpi-eeprom This shows your status sudo nano /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update Change critical to beta Ctrl o to save Enter Ctrl x sudo apt install rpi-eeprom Shows latest version 15th May Sudo reboot From github download the latest updates 🤍 Backup 🤍 Put them all into one folder then copy and paste them into your boot folder of your usb or ssd overwriting the old files You may need to do the same with your sd card copy of Raspbian Marcin had success adding just 2 files start4.elf and fixup4.dat That may be it all done Reboot your sd copy of Raspbian Then shut down Now remove your sd card from the Pi Reboot with just your usb stick/ssd drive connected If it works you now have Raspbian running from usb without an sd card in you Pi If it still doesn’t work put your sd card back in and boot Raspbian normally Open a terminal and type ##extra step## ##3.38 in video add in pinned comment. I can’t include it as YouTube won’t save some of the symbols## ##extra step## Back to video rpi-eeprom-config out pieeprom-new.bin config bootconf.txt pieeprom.bin sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f ./pieeprom-new.bin sudo reboot Now shut Raspbian down remove the sd card and reboot, hopefully it now all works Let me know if it works for you, also have you had success with other operating systems. Hope this helps thanks for watching please like and subscribe Useful guide 🤍 Disk drive caddy Link 🤍 SSD 🤍 Previous usb boot video see comments Native USB BOOT Raspberry Pi 4. Any day now! 🤍 All 168 plus of my Pi 4 videos are here Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍 GitHub link 🤍 27/5/20 new update link GitHub 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 EEPROM bootloader rescue image The Raspberry Pi4 contains a small EEPROM used to contain the bootloader. Normally, this is completely invisible but it it were to become corrupted (e.g. due to a failed EEPROM upgrade or a broken image or incorrect usage of flashrom) then the Pi4 will fail to boot. This rescue image reverts the EEPROM to factory default settings. This rescue image also updates the USB 3.0 (VL805) EEPROM to the latest version (137ad) which reduces power consumption and fixes some issues with USB webcams. To re-flash the EEPROM 1. Unzip the contents of this zip file to a blank FAT formatted SD-SDCARD. 2. Power off the Raspberry Pi 3. Insert the sd-card. 4. Power on Raspberry Pi 5. Wait at least 10 seconds. This easiest method for creating and formatting the SD-CARD is to use the Raspberry Pi Imager from 🤍 If successful, the green LED light will blink rapidly (forever), otherwise an error pattern will be displayed. If a HDMI display is attached then screen will display green for success or red if failure a failure occurs. N.B. This image is not a bootloader it simply replaces the on-board bootloader.

Raspberry Pi 4 USB boot. USB to sata cable test. SSD, HDD Raspberry Pi OS 64bit.

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Raspberry Pi 4 USB boot. USB to sata cable test. SSD, HDD Raspberry Pi OS 64bit. Raspberry Pi 4 4gb Raspberry Pi 4. Tutorial Official USB SSD Boot. ## at 3.38 extra step see pinned comment ## 🤍 The Dynamode caddy from Currys has worked with everything I have tried Disk drive caddy Link 🤍 Twin usb to sata cable link. cheaper and very compatible but I have had an issue with Raspberry pi OS 64 bit not working whereas the Dynamode works. The 64 bit Raspberry Pi image was written to SSD with this cheaper cable. The newer GitHub fix may work for this cable. 🤍 All 160 plus of my Pi videos are here Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍

How to Boot Raspberry Pi4 from SSD or USB in 3 Easy Steps [+BENCHMARKS]

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Please note, this is the latest video: 🤍 USB boot is now officially supported by Raspberry Pi 4. * Find out how to boot Raspberry Pi4 from an SSD or USB Flash drive. I provide quick and to the point tutorial. I will also walk you through several benchmarks that I ran on Raspberry Pi4. 🔴 Subscribe for more videos just like this: 🤍 Benchmark Devices: - microSD card: 🤍 - mSATA drive: 🤍 - USB 3.0 Flash Drive: 🤍 - M.2 NVMe SSD Drive: 🤍 If you are planning on using an NVMe drive, you will need this USB 3.0 enclosure: 🤍 0:00 - Overview 0:42 - Tutorial 1:09 - Tutorial Step 1 2:00 - Tutorial Step 2 4:12 - Tutorial Step 3 5:47 - Devices that were Tested 6:29 - Benchmarks Stuff I use and/or Recommend: * Raspberry Pi 4 * Raspberry Pi 400 Kit: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 8GB: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Kit: 🤍 * Raspberry Pi Accessories * 64GB MicrosSD card: 🤍 Samsung FIT 128GB Flash Drive: 🤍 ICE Tower Cooler: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Flirc Case: 🤍 * Monitors * UPERFECT 15.6" Portable Monitor: 🤍 UPERFECT 4K Computer Monitor 15.6" IPS UHD: 🤍 * Camera Gear * Sony 7a iii: 🤍 Sony a7 iii kit: 🤍 Rode VideoMicPro On-Camera Microphone: 🤍 Rode VideoMic Pro+ On-Camera Shotgun Condenser Microphone: 🤍 Lights: 🤍 Neewer F200 Monitor: 🤍 I may get a small commission from sales of these items but it doesn't cost you a penny extra. Please support my channel.

Raspberry Pi 4'ü SSD'den boot etmek

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UGreen harici disk kutusu: 🤍 52Pi Metal kasa ve düşük profilli IceTower soğutucu: 🤍 Terminal komutları: sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo rpi-update sudo reboot sudo apt install rpi-eeprom sudo nano /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update "critical" ı "beta" ile değiştirin crtl-x , Y ve Enter sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/beta/pieeprom-2020-05-15.bin vcgencmd bootloader_version vcgencmd bootloader_config

Raspberry Pi 4 SD to USB SSD Boot

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quickly boot from USB SSD on Raspberry Pi setup. (this video was recorded and edited on the pi4 I am still learning the edition on it so it will get better in future videos) You can check out my tutorial here: 🤍 Video was edited on the pi4 as well so bear with me until I get all the bugs worked out.

Android 11 OMNI on Raspberry Pi 4. SSD / USB boot installation.

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Android 11 OMNI on Raspberry Pi 4. SSD / USB boot installation. Thanks for letting me know Nathan Miller, Chicco Diy & Rares. Link 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases Pi 52pi cluster case rack. 🤍 Ice tower cooler 🤍 Pi 4 8GB 🤍 Screen capture device 🤍 My 120GB Kingdian 🤍 CSL cable My preference for use with SSD great speed and good compatibility 🤍 My videos How to setup and install Android 10 with Google Play Store. Raspberry Pi 4. Konstakang Lineage 17.1. 🤍 Konstakang Android 10 Lineage 17.1. Play Store, 3D Hardware supported, 1080 Full HD. GTA, Asphalt 8. 🤍 Konstakang Lineage 17.1. Android 10 Full details and download 🤍 Real Racing 3. The best looking Raspberry Pi 4 game? 🤍 Great Emulation Android 10 Raspberry Pi 4. Dreamcast, PSP, N64 & PS1. 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 NEWS playlist 🤍 All of my Pi videos are here (300 plus) Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍

Pinn OS USB Boot testing. Raspberry Pi 4. Just SSD no SD card.

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Pinn OS USB Boot testing. Raspberry Pi 4. Just SSD no SD card. Google drive 14 boot files link 🤍 Booting without SD card. All running from 1 SSD drive with a USB sata cable. Raspberry Pi OS 64bit works straight away All other tested Operating systems Needed the 14 files added to the boot partition. Retropie bootfile boot Batocera bootfile batocera seems to have 1 folder for both boot/root Dietpi bootfile boot 0 User root password dietpi Gentoo64 boot-gen User demouser password raspberrypi64 Nspawn64 bootfile boot_ns64 Raspex bootfile boot-raspex User root password root Debian 64 boot 1 no Desktop gui User debian password debian Pinn OS. Now Supports USB boot. Raspberry Pi 4. Multi OS loader. 🤍 Pinn OS. USB Boot First time Setup. Raspberry Pi 4. OS not booting fix. 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4. High Quality CNC Aluminium silent case. 🤍 CSL USB to sata cable Amazon link 🤍 All 200 plus of my Pi 4 videos are in this playlist Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍

#333 Finally: Native USB Boot without SD card for the Raspberry Pi4 (SSD Boot)

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We all waited for a long time for native USB boot on the Raspberry Pi4. Today I booted the first time like that, and I show you how you can do, too. No need for an SD card anymore. Hurray! Link: KingSpec SSD used in video: 🤍 Pi4 Cooler: 🤍 or 🤍 KingSpec SSD used in video: 🤍 Pi4 Cooler: 🤍 or 🤍 Script with commands (New version): 🤍 Speed Tests with Pi4 and SSD: 🤍 Official Statement: 🤍 More information: 🤍 A trick if your SSD controller is not completely supported: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links which support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases

Speed test. Sata to USB 3 Cables. Raspberry Pi 4. SSD USB boot.

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Speed test. Sata to USB 3 Cable. Raspberry Pi 4. SSD USB boot. Yucun 60GB SSD I paid £12.99 🤍 Disk drive caddy Link great compatibility plus good for old Physical HDD 🤍 J Micron Twin usb to sata cable link. Not really recommending! 🤍 CSL cable My preference for use with SSD great speed and good compatibility 🤍 The results Dynamode Sequential write speed 43661 KB/sec (target 10000) - PASS Random write speed 7095 IOPS (target 500) - PASS Random read speed 9654 IOPS (target 1500) - PASS J micron FIX applied Sequential write speed 182551 KB/sec (target 10000) - PASS Random write speed 6939 IOPS (target 500) - PASS Random read speed 4143 IOPS (target 1500) - PASS CSL FIX applied Sequential write speed 46315 KB/sec (target 10000) - PASS Random write speed 7728 IOPS (target 500) - PASS Random read speed 10618 IOPS (target 1500) - PASS CSL NO FIX Sequential write speed 225986 KB/sec (target 10000) - PASS Random write speed 16633 IOPS (target 500) - PASS Random read speed 10045 IOPS (target 1500) - PASS USB Sata cable Fix. Black screen, won’t boot. Raspberry Pi 4 8GB. Raspberry Pi OS 64bit. 🤍 Speed test Low cost SSDs. Raspberry Pi 4. 🤍 Pinn OS USB Boot testing. Raspberry Pi 4. Just SSD no SD card. 🤍 Berryboot now supports 8GB Raspberry Pi 4. SSD support for multiple operating systems. 🤍 200GB Retropie Build. USB boot 750gb hard disk. room for expansion. £12 HDD. Raspberry Pi 4. 🤍 WOR Part 5. How to install Windows 10 on an SSD. Raspberry Pi 4. 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍

Raspberry Pi 4 8GB & USB Boot

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Raspberry Pi 4 8GB and Raspberry Pi OS overview and demo, plus booting a Pi 4 from USB via a beta firmware update. These really are exciting times for the wonderful world of Pi! :) If you enjoy this video, you may also like my other Pi 4 episodes, including: Raspberry Pi 4 Passive Cooling: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Week: Desktop PC Replacement?: 🤍 If you are wondering, you can find the Pimoroni Fan SHIM here: 🤍 NOTE ON INSTALLING BETA USB BOOT FIRMWARE In this video I show how I configured three Raspberry Pi 4s to boot from USB. Please note that these instructions are provided in good faith, but that you install any beta firmware at your own risk. There is also no guarantee that what is shown in the video will work on your Pi 4 with your particular USB drives or USB SATA adapters. It is called beta firmware for a reason! Fairly soon the official Pi 4 USB boot firmware will be available, and waiting for this release is a safer option. If you are familiar with the Raspberry Pi YouTube and wider community, you may notice that the process I use to install the beta firmware involves fewer steps than included in many other guides. In part this is because I flashed the June 6th 2020 firmware (pieeprom-2020-06-03.bin), and not the initial May 15th file (pieeprom-2020-05-15.bin) used in many other videos and tutorials. The latter required fixes to be made to a Raspberry Pi OS installation. But at the time of writing (June 9th 2020), the June 6th firmware did not. Some other tutorials also execute unnecessary commands, as well as editing the rpi-eeprom-update file located in the Pi’s /etc/default/ directory. Specifically they change the environment variable “FIRMWARE_RELEASE_STATUS” in this file from “critical” to “beta”. As far as I am aware, this variable tells the Pi which category of firmware update to automatically install. However, it is also my understanding, as well as my practical experience, that this environment variable is ignored by the rpi-eeprom-update utility if you do a manual install with a -f flag included, followed by the location and name of a specific firmware file. Indeed, the -h help information for the rpi-eeprom-update utility states that the -f option installs “the given file instead of the latest applicable update”. If you have changed “FIRMWARE_RELEASE_STATUS” from “critical” to “beta”, then your Pi will in the future automatically pick up beta firmware updates, which may not be what you want it to do! So if you have followed another guide and edited this file, my strong suggestion is to change “beta” back to “critical”. Of course, I may be wrong about all of this. But this is the best information I can provide. More videos on computing and related topics can be found at: 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:40 Pi 4 Models 03:48 Raspberry Pi OS 10:30 USB Boot demo 12:57 Firmware Update 18:06 Happy Birthday #RaspberryPi #RaspberryPiOS #Pi4USB #ExplainingComputers

HOW TO BOOT FROM SSD/USB IN RASPBERRY PI 4

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HOW TO BOOT/USE SSD/USB IN RASPBERRY PI 4 REQUIREMENTS: 1. PI + SD CARD (MIN 8GB) + CARD READER + SSD/USB + INTERNET CONNECTION + MOUSE + KEYBOARD + LCD/MONITOR a. I AM USING PI 4 16 GB CARD AND 32 GB USB 2. DOWNLOAD YOUR DESIRED DISTRO a. I AM USING KALI (Kali Linux RaspberryPi 2 (v1.2), 3 and 4 64-Bit) b. 🤍 3. DOWNLOAD SD CARD FORMATTER a. 🤍 4. DOWNLOAD BALENA ETCHER a. 🤍 STEPS 1. FIRST PUT YOUR MICRO SD CARD IN CARD READER AND FORMAT IT THROUGH SD CARD FORMATTER 2. EXTRACT YOUR DISTRO IMG FILE 3. OPEN BALENA ETCHER SELECT YOUR IMG FILE CONFIRM YOUR TARGET IS YOUR MEMORY CARD AND PRESS FLASH BUTTON AND WAIT FOR IT TO FLASH 4. NOW IN THE SAME WAY FLASH YOUR USB OR SSD WITH YOUR OS IMG 5. AFTER SUCCESSFUL FLASH NOW PUT YOUR CARD IN PI AND ON THE PI 6. ITS YOUR CHOICE USE MOUSE KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY OR JUST SSH FROM YOUR LAPTOP/PC BY FINDING YOUR PI IP ADDRESS. 7. NOW WE WANT PARTUUID OF OUR SSD/USB BUT BEFORE THAT WE RUN THE COMMAND a. blkid or sudo blkid 8. AFTER RUNNING ABOVE COMMAND, WE WILL GET PARTUUID OF OUR SD CARD BUT WE NEED OF OUR SSD/USB SO PLUG YOUR SSD/USB TO PI 3.0 PORT AND AGAIN RUN THE COMMAND a. blkid 9. NOW YOU WILL SEE 4 ENTRIES 2 OF SD CARD AND 2 OF SSD/USB 10. NOTE DOWN THE PARTUUID OF YOUR SSD/USB WHERE TYPE=”EXT4” 11. NOW YOU HAVE TO CHANGE PARTUUID FOR YOUR SSD/USB FOR THIS RUN THIS COMMAND a. sudo nano /boot/cmdline.txt b. Find root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 c. And change to root=PARTUUID=” your id” 12. IF YOU HAVE A RASPBERRY PI 4 AND ARE GETTING BAD SPEEDS TRANSFERRING DATA TO/FROM USB3.0 SSDS 13. FINDING THE VID AND PID OF YOUR USB SSD a. lsusb or lsusb -vv for long detail but lsusb just work fine 14. FIND YOUR SSD/USB DRIVE AND NOTE DOWN ITS VID AND PID I.E ID 058F:6387 15. NOW EDIT YOUR CMDLINT.TXT a. mv / nano /boot/cmdline.txt.bak b. sudo nano /boot/cmdline.txt c. ADD usb-storage.quirks=058F:6387:u 16. SAVE AND REBOOT 17. NOW YOUR PI WILL REBOOT IT WILL BOOT FROM YOUR CARD BUT IT WILL USE YOUR SSD/USB 18. YOU CAN EJECT IT AFTER THE SYSTEM WILL BE ON BUT CARD IS NEEDED TO BOOT BECAUSE MAY BE IN THE FUTURE THE NEW FIRMWARE WILL REMVOE THIS CARD DECENCY 19. BUT FOR NOW, CARD IS NEEDED TO BOOT TO THE SYSTEM. 20. NOW SHUTDOWN YOUR PI REMOVE SD CARD PUT IN CARD READER COPY FROM BOOT TO YOUR PC BUT DRIVE NAME MUST BE BOOT AND COPY YOUR FILES AGAIN TO CARD THIS IS NOT NEEDED BUT IF YOU WANT TO DO THAT YOU CAN DO THAT YOU CAN ALSO NOE USE 1 OR 2 GB CARD RENAME TO BOOT FORMAT IT AND PUT BOOT FILES AND INSERT IT IN PI ALONG WITH YOUR SSD/USB YOUR CARD WILL BOOT THE SYSTEM BUT YOUR SSD/USB WILL BE USED AS SYSTEM DRIVE/SPACE

Ubuntu 20.10 Desktop. Simple USB / SSD Install. Raspberry Pi 4.

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64bit Ubuntu 20.10 Desktop. Simple USB / SSD Install. Raspberry Pi 4. How to install to SSD with Raspberry Pi Imager If it doesn’t boot from usb for you try this extra step USB Boot the Simple way. Raspberry Pi OS. Pi 4. 🤍 OMG Ubuntu article 🤍 Wimpys world 🤍 Live stream link pinned in the comments 20.10 New Features video (not mine) 🤍 Used in this video CSL sata to USB 3 cable 🤍 Yucun 60GB SSD 🤍 My current setup Screen capture device 🤍 TSunbow 120Gb SSD 🤍 CSL sata to USB 3 cable 🤍 Pi 52pi cluster case rack. 🤍 Pi 4 8GB 🤍 My videos Raspberry Pi 4 NEWS playlist 🤍 All of my Pi videos are here (300 plus) Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍

Raspberry Pi 4: How to boot from USB/SSD Drive

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In this video, I will show you how to boot raspberry pi OS via USB/SSD drive. Just follow the steps in this video at your own risk. I used USB 3.0 pendrive in this video but the process still the same on USB SSD drive. Note: Always backup any config file before doing any modifications. You can download the text file used in this video below. If you have any questions, just feel free to ask via comment section. RASPBERRY PI 4 USB/SSD Boot Steps 🤍

SSD Boot. Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 4. How to install to SSD with 3GB ram. WOR part 14

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Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 4. How to install to SSD with 3GB ram. WOR part 14 running on Raspberry Pi 4 4GB If it’s not working for you try again following all the steps without skipping any of the shutdowns or restarts. If it’s still not working it may be your sata usb cable / SSD requires too much power Amazon links Tsunbow 32GB SSD white I paid £10.99 🤍 Yucun 60GB SSD I paid £12.99 🤍 Sata to usb cable CSL cable My preference for use with SSD great speed and good compatibility 🤍 My usb Ethernet 🤍 Sabrent usb Bluetooth 🤍 DOWNLOADS Join the Discord for Downloads and great Help Thanks to Amir Dahan for the minimal Windows 10 install download it from his Discord I was using version 0.2.4 🤍 3GB winpatch fix downloads section 🤍 Windows on Raspberry imager website download wor writer 🤍 *if problems with winpatch.exe saying already patched or you have no keyboard after following the tutorial try this* these files are from a working sd card put both in "Windows\System32\drivers\" overwriting old files USBXHCI.SYS USBXHCI.SYS.bak 🤍 🤍 * VIDEOS Windows WOR videos playlist WOR Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 4 🤍 All of my Pi videos are here (200 plus) Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍 Speed test Low cost SSDs. Raspberry Pi 4. 🤍

Raspberry Pi 4. USB SSD Boot Official Beta. See tutorial in next video

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Raspberry Pi 4. USB SSD Boot Official Beta. Raspberry Pi 4. Tutorial Official USB SSD Boot. 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Thanks Marcin Disk drive caddy Link 🤍 SSD 🤍 Previous usb boot video see comments Native USB BOOT Raspberry Pi 4. Any day now! 🤍 All 168 plus of my Pi 4 videos are here Raspberry Pi 4 Raspbian and more 🤍

Comment faire un boot sur Raspberry PI 4 avec un ssd USB simplement

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Tuto Raspberry : Comment faire un boot simplement sur Raspberry PI 4 avec un ssd USB Comment faire un boot simplement sur Raspberry PI 4 avec un ssd. Je vous explique pourquoi il est préférable d'installer Raspberry PI OS directement sur un SSD avec un boitier USB au lieu d'une carte SD. PS : 10:30 : Je dis ssd mais c'est le fichier ssh pour le headless qu'il ne faut pas oublié. 🤍 Commande sudo apt update sudo apt full-upgrade rpi-eeprom-config sudo raspi-config Mes liens affiliés ➡️ Kit Raspberry PI 4 🤍 ➡️ Raspberry PI 4 4go seul 🤍 ➡️ Alimentation Raspberry 🤍 ➡️ ou Kit boitier Raspberry 🤍 ➡️ Boitier SATA vers USB 3 Inateck 🤍 ➡️ SSD PNY 🤍 ➡️ SSD Crucial 250Go 🤍 💰 Faites un petit don :🤍 🙏 Second chaîne Gaming : 🤍 Réseaux domotiques utiles : Discord Domotiques : 🤍 Discord Home Assistant: 🤍 Forum Home Assistant : 🤍 Abonnez vous sur mes réseaux ! Partagez ! Commentez ! Likez ! Merci à tous !!! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Le lien de mon projet domotique à voir : 🤍

How To Boot From USB DRIVE on Raspberry Pi 4! Works with SSD,USB Drive

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In this Video I show you how I updated my Raspberry Pi 4 to boot from a SSD Hard drive or USB stick (Official Method). Watch my other Raspberry Pi videos here: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 Get on Amazon:🤍 PI OS 64 bit : 🤍 Instructions followed by me: Running Raspberry Pi OS (64 bit) from a SD card. Open a command terminal and type: sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade Reboot sudo nano /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update Change "Critical" to "stable" sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/stable/pieeprom-2020-06-15.bin Reboot After rebooting write your chosen os to usb or sd card with Raspberry imager or balena etcher Thanks for watching! Don't forget to Like & Subscribe :) Watch my other Raspberry Pi videos here: 🤍 OTG USB Cable: 🤍 OTG USB Adapter: 🤍 Kingston 240GB SSD 🤍 CSL sata to USB 3 cable 🤍 Crucial 240GB SSD 🤍 Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB Micro SD 🤍 Kingston 64GB A2 🤍 Micro Sd to sd reader 🤍 Magix 32gb micro sd card 🤍 YCCTEAM Xbox 360 Wireless controller 🤍 Kingston a400 M.2 120GB 🤍 Samsung Evo 32GB 🤍 Official Raspberry Pi power adapter black 🤍 Official Raspberry Pi power adapter white 🤍 Pi 400 🤍 M.2 usb adaptor 🤍 Mouse 🤍 GPIO 🤍 ~ Follow me Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Intro by: Dope Motions #raspberry #usb #boot

Raspberry Pi 4 Boot from USB 3.0 SSD Drive w/microSD Bootloader

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In a previous video (🤍 I setup a Raspberry Pi 4 to boot from a USB3.0 flash drive. In this video, I am doing the same thing but with a USB3.0 enclosure with an SSD. For instructions on setting this up, please refer to the previous video and substitute the SSD for the flash drive. Raspberry Pi Playlist: 🤍 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) Starter Kit (Amazon Affiliate) US: 🤍 UK: 🤍 CA: 🤍 ES: 🤍 (similar) FR: 🤍 (similaire) IT: 🤍 (simile) DE: 🤍 (ähnlich) IN: 🤍 AU: 🤍 NL: 🤍 (vergelijkbaar) Sabrent (EC-UASP) 2.5in SATA to USB 3.0 Enclosure (Amazon Affiliate) US: 🤍 UK: 🤍 CA: 🤍 ES: 🤍 FR: 🤍 IT: 🤍 DE: 🤍 IN: 🤍 NL: 🤍 Samsung EVO SATA III SSD (Amazon Affiliate) US: 🤍 UK: 🤍 CA: 🤍 ES: 🤍 FR: 🤍 IT: 🤍 DE: 🤍 IN: 🤍 AU: 🤍 NL: 🤍 Note: The Samsung EVO isn't the SSD in the video but it is the SSD I would recommend. Please follow me! 🤍 🤍 Visit my Amazon Storefront! 🤍 🤍 🤍 Support my channel! 🤍 #raspberrypi4 #raspberrypi #ssd

Stable Raspberry Pi 4 USB boot (HOW-TO)

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01.07.2020

The Stable Raspberry Pi 4 USB boot is here! And I will show you how to get it! Shortly after my previous #Raspberry #Pi 4 #USB boot video was released the beta bootloader was promoted to stable. Now I want to show you several things. First how to install the stable bootloader from scratch. Second how to upgrade your bootloader from beta to stable that is only if you followed my previous tutorial! Compatible devices for USB Boot (The link below are affiliate Links) SSD HP P600, 250GB, USB 3.1 - 🤍 Samsung 860 EVO 500GB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD 🤍 ELUTENG USB3 SATA Adapter 2.5 Inch SATA to USB 3.0 🤍 SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB Sata III 2.5 Inch - 🤍 Samsung BAR Plus 64 GB Type-A 200 MB/s USB 3.1 - 🤍 SanDisk Ultra 32 GB USB Flash Drive USB 3.0 - 🤍 SanDisk 256GB Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive - 🤍 Crucial MX500 250GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 Inch Internal SSD (needs SATA adapter) - 🤍 Samsung 860 QVO 1TB Solid State Drive (needs SATA adapter) - 🤍 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 4GB Starter Kit - 4GB RAM - 🤍 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 8GB Starter Kit (Amazon Affiliate link) - 🤍 Kingspec Z3 Type C USB 3.1 External SSD (Reported by CraftSense in my YouTube) - 🤍 Geekworm X825 2.5 inch SATA HDD/SSD Expansion Board (Reported by Jay in peyanski.com) - 🤍 Kingston A400 120G Internal SSD M.2 SA400M8 (Reported by Luiz Barreto in peyanski.com) - 🤍 My ALL IN 1 page - 🤍 SD cards can cause issues and are much slower than SSDs. Since I have a Raspberry Pi 4 my SD card got corrupted several times. So I had to remove it, format it, install OS again and restore all of my configurations that I had. Doing this can be really frustrating, so I waited for the official Raspberry Pi 4 USB boot as a kid for its birthday. Let’s go: ► TIME TABLE 00:00 Intro 00:28 What you will see in this video? 01:06 Creating a SD card for Raspberry Pi 4 02:06 Login to Raspberry Pi 4 02:39 Updating the Raspberry OS 03:38 Changing Critical to Stable firmware track 04:26 ONLY If you are on Beta already! Changing Critical to Stable firmware track 05:20 As you may know... 05:44 Updating the bootloader 06:15 Compatible USB drives 06:46 Check if the bootloader is updated 06:58 Check if the boot order is correct 07:57 Copy some files from SD to SSD 09:09 If the speed difference is not enough for you 09:33 Support my Work! ► STEPS TO EXECUTE # Update and reboot sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade -y sudo rpi-update sudo reboot # Install eeprom sudo apt install rpi-eeprom -y # STABLE: replace "critical" with "stable" sudo sed -i 's/critical/stable/g' /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update # STABLE: update bootloader with version 2020-06-15 or newer and reboot sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/stable/pieeprom-2020-06-15.bin And then go to # Reboot section below # BETA: This is for the old beta release! Execute this ONLY if you are using beta release # otherwise use the STABLE command from above and don't execute this at all and go to # Reboot sudo sed -i 's/beta/stable/g' /etc/default/rpi-eeprom-update # BETA: This is for the old beta release! Execute this ONLY if you are using beta release # otherwise use the STABLE command from above and don't execute this at all and go to # Reboot sudo rpi-eeprom-update -d -f /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/beta/pieeprom-2020-06-03.bin # Reboot sudo reboot # Check the if the bootloader version is updated as well as the boot order vcgencmd bootloader_version vcgencmd bootloader_config ► USEFUL LINKS Official page that provide links to Prod and Dev images - 🤍 Pi 4 Bootloader Configuration - 🤍 ► SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER FOR FULL ARTICLES - SENT WEEKLY. You can do that here - 🤍 ► COME AND SAY “HI” on: My Discord server: 🤍 My Twitter: 🤍 ► SUPPORT MY WORK Patreon – 🤍 Paypal – 🤍 Bitcoin – 1GnUtPEXaeCUVWdJxCfDaKkvcwf247akva ✅ Don't Forget to like 👍 comment ✍ and subscribe to my channel! ► DISCLAIMER Some of the links above are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you click on the link and purchase an item. You are not obligated to do so, but it does help fund these videos in hopes of bringing value to you!

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