We’ve just had some work done on one of our systems (which runs from a Raspberry Pi v2) so, aside from the config file backups that we can collect from the systems interface, I thought it would be prudent to grab an image backup.. this is how it was done: Continue reading “Backing up the Pi”
If you are quick enough, you may catch the error (Fig 1)
umount: can't umount /mnt/selinux: Invalid argument
..which isn’t entirely helpful, but does point us to something being misunderstood during boot time.
The solution is fairly simple (once you figure out what’s happening), simply follow these steps;