Originally Posted by eureka
I think, it's a bit better to create new parition mmcblk0p5
right after mmcblk0p4
(i.e. in a free space after shrinking /mnt/us
parition from it's end). Just a personal preference. (Anyway, /var/local
could be "extended" even with mmcblk0p5
, using bind mounting. But mmcblk0p5
could also be used for another Linux rootfs, instead of loop mounting of image file.)
Oh, I also found a 4 partition limit.
Of course, that fifth partition need not be in the partition table.
For example, the first one isn't.