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raspberry_pi_as_fake_mass_storage [2019/01/21 10:55]
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raspberry_pi_as_fake_mass_storage [2019/07/27 19:26]
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 # Additional setup # Additional setup
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 +Tip: While this guide is for loading ISO images, you can load any image, including simple storage, or read only storage etc.
  
 ## Case ## Case
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 https://​elixir.bootlin.com/​linux/​latest/​source/​Documentation/​usb/​mass-storage.txt https://​elixir.bootlin.com/​linux/​latest/​source/​Documentation/​usb/​mass-storage.txt
  
-https://​www.kernel.org/​doc/​Documentation/​usb/​mass-storage.txt+https://​www.kernel.org/​doc/​Documentation/​usb/​mass-storage.txt ​<- why is the formatting broken? Same link as above
  
 [Linux-sunxi](http://​linux-sunxi.org/​USB_Gadget/​Mass_storage) has a bit of info not present on this page, I recommend you give it a read.  [Linux-sunxi](http://​linux-sunxi.org/​USB_Gadget/​Mass_storage) has a bit of info not present on this page, I recommend you give it a read. 
  
  
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