How to run a Raspberry Pi 4 on SSD – James A. Chambers

I recently started to migrate my trackers from running an SD card to a SSD drive to improve reliability and increase disk space – I am storing all the aircraft and positions into a local database – and this article has been my bible for that. Definitely a great read to run a Raspberry Pi 4 on SSD! Speed is not my main concern, but if you want the best from your Pi, you will also know which SSD and adapter are best for you.

The new Raspberry Pi 4 bootloader has finally come out of beta and made it’s way into the official latest Raspbian! This has been long awaited since when the Raspberry Pi 4 was released it had no native support for booting from USB / Network but it was promised right from the start it would get it through a later update.

This guide will show how to configure the new bootloader and set up your Pi to boot from USB devices as well as the other boot options now available within the Raspberry Pi 4 bootloader…

— Read on Raspberry Pi 4 Bootloader USB Mass Storage Boot Guide.

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