kilaueabart wrote:I have been wondering whether there might be an easy way to get my nicely working MATE onto my SSD. It boots so slowly on the current rotating hard drive.
So, two questions:
1. Does this look right?
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bart@Amigaone:~$ df -h /dev/sdb2
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs 979M 0 979M 0% /dev
Surely I have done something wrong. "Used 0"? Also, I get the same results for a flaky MATE on my SSD which surely should be different.
2. Would I be able to copy to a partition, or would it have to be an empty drive, as when I copied this current img?
1. Please post the output of lsblk.
2. Yes, it's possible to copy your ubuntu MATE partition to a SSD drive with a partition with the same size.