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I am looking for some advice on what I assume is a very easy task, but I
am continually going around in circles trying to figure this out.
I have a 16Gb SD card and a Mac and am looking to install Alpine Linux for
I erase the SD card using the Mac Diskutil and select "MS-DOS (FAT)" as
the new format. Then I copy the content of the aarch64 Alpine download zip
file onto the SD card.
I then put the SD back into the Pi and boot into Alpine Linux. The issue I
run into is when I try to install a large python package (Kivy), pip quits
due to no more space on the device.
I have tried pointing the TMPDIR to '/media/mmcblk0p1' (~15Gb of space)
and using the "--no-cache" flags with pip when installing but I still run
into the issue.
In the past on other OSs, I have been able to expand my file system by
running `fdisk -u /media/mmcblk0p1` and creating a new primary partition
but I am not able to "access" all 16Gb of my SD card.
This is where I am a little nieve and don't know enough about partitions
to figure out how to give my device more space for the install.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!