I’d recommend getting a plain, Raspbian image from the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s download page, and writing it directly to the card using a program like Win32 Disk Imager. It will boot a little faster [than NOOBS] because there’s no pause for the recovery mode that you’re probably not going to use anyway, and the resulting SD card’s layout will be much simpler, with fewer partitions.
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DavidA wrote:I want to build a home server using a Pi 2.
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