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Get into the SD card file system with your favorite file explorer and open up the file called "cmdline.txt".
This trope can be used in combination with several other tropes; Through the Eyes of Madness, Darkness Equals Death, Quieter Than Silence, Leave the Camera Running, Mind Screw, and Obscured Special Effects are some examples. In Real Life this trope is why it's terrifying to walk through a familiar dark room by yourself, through the woods or a secluded street at night, or why there is a promise of something after death (as opposed to Cessation of Existence, which is the ultimate nothingness) in every single religion. It's also a reason why the Silent Treatment can be an especially damaging punishment, both emotionally and sometimes even physically.
Change the line from "root=/dev/mmcblk0p2" to "root=/dev/sda2".
It is "/dev/sda2" because in GParted, it shows my flash drive root partition as being /dev/sdb2, but when the Raspberry Pi mounts it, it will be /dev/sda and I want the second partition to get booted from.
This instructable assumes that the reader has at least some basic experience with Ubuntu, the Raspberry Pi and the GParted partition editor. This article is also centered around doing the whole process using Ubuntu ( sorry Win Doze people :p ).-----!!! -----Since a few people were wondering about my RCA setup and the alligator clips on the Pi, I have taken the liberty to make an instructable all about it. In my case I found the path to the flash drive from GParted, it was /dev/sdb but it might be different for you.
Raspberry Pi 2: Quick n' Easy RCA should answer all your questions and tell you how to do it. If you want to know the status of the burn, you can install pv by typing in "apt-get install pv" and then using the altered command of "dd if=path/to/image | pv | dd of=path/to/flashdrive".
It does so for one simple reason: the creator refuses to show us what's causing this horror, but we desperately wish to know, so imagination fills in the blanks and our minds provide the content, using what the individual considers scary.
It often has to do with Scare chords and cues may be used to reinforce the effect, but it seems to work best when there's no music at all.
Then resize the ext4 partition by clicking "resize/move" and dragging each end of the partitions to the corresponding ends.
Apply all operations and wait quite a bit of time for the partition to grow.
Again, use "dd" to transfer the partitions, my boot partition is /dev/sdb1 for the flash drive and /dev/sdc1 for the SD card.
Notice the 1 at the end of each, that signifies the first logical partition which I can see from the GParted screen.
Insert your SD card and navigate to it in GParted, /dev/sdc in my case. Add a new partition and make sure it is 56 MB in size while being labeled "boot" and being a fat16 file system.