I already boot from a USB using raspbian. After enabling booting from a usb on the pi (steps on the rpi site), just burn the image with etcher to the usb, plug the usb to the pi, and boot.paulv wrote: If you look at the very first post, there is a note about booting directly from a disk for the RPi Model 3.
It works fine, no issues. The last raspbian version can be burnt into a usb straight away. The previous version had many steps as per the instructions on the first post.
My question is not for raspbian, but for the google AIY image from this site:
http://www.androidauthority.com/build-g ... pi-770296/
image file: https://dl.google.com/dl/aiyprojects/vo ... est.img.xz
i want to write this image to a USB and boot from there. But changing the cmdline.txt (root=PARTUUID=....) and fstab (replace /dev/mmcblk0p1 & dev/mmcblk0p2 with PARTUUID=.......) doesn't work
I do that and when I boot I get these errors:
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cat: /sys/block/*/PARTUUID=432b3309-02/partition: No such file or directory expr: syntax error Error: The device /dev/autofs is so small that it cannot possibly store a filesystem.... Warning: Error fsyncing/closing /dev/autofs: Invalid argument
help/direction/advise is appreciated