Re: can I clone from a usb flash drive to an NVMe drive?

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> Am 30.04.2024 um 02:27 schrieb ToddAndMargo via users <users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi All,
> I am making up a USB flash from of Fedroa 40 MATE for
> a customer to play with.
> If he likes it, can I clonezilla clone it over
> to his brand new NVMe drive (gpart it to expand
> the extents)?

What I did several times:

I used the Fedora installation routine with an USB stick or an USB attached portable NVMe drive as installation target. So I could boot the machine from USB leaving the internal disk untouched.

I think that is what you mean with „making up a USB flash drive…“

Later I used dd to copy everything to the internal disk and was able to boot. Then I used gparted or cfdisk to adjust/enlarge the partitions.

I never used safe boot. That may be a problem.

Peter Boy

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