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Writing .img file to SD Card from a Mac

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I want to burn a .img file of Wheezy OS to my 8GB SD Card from Mac OS X but can’t figure out how.

Any help would be appreciated.

sd-card osx

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edited May 9 ’15 at 12:02

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asked Dec 27 ’12 at 17:31
user4039

  • is the OS you’re using OSX??
    –  ikku
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:33

  • Yes @ikku – it is.
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:39

  • Check out my answer here . The question is on backing up your SD card, but the process is identical, see the bit on restoring the image. Alternatively, this wiki may help.
    –  Alex Coplan
    Dec 28 ’12 at 15:06


  • 1

    You can use the open source graphical app Etcher to do this, and it works on Mac, Windows and Linux.
    –  Brad Parks
    Jun 18 ’17 at 1:01


add a comment  | 

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There is a faq/howto available that discusses all the various OS-es. For the Mac it is (nearly) the same as under the various other types of Unix versions. The use of dd.

In short you type:

sudo dd if=path_of_your_image.img of=/dev/rdiskn bs=1m

N.B: the of=/rdev/diskn needs to be the SD card, if you do this wrong you might end up destroying your Mac system!!!! Be careful!

Be sure to use /dev/rdiskn instead of just /dev/diskn. This way you are not writing to a buffered device and it will complete much faster .

For a total step by step guide through this process please consult this explanation . There are 3 chapters for the Mac in this document.

The most easy way is described on the first chapter on Mac ( Copying an image to the SD card in Mac OS X (Only with graphical interface) ), it involves an application that does everything for you, to be complete I copy the link to this application here

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edited Apr 13 ’17 at 12:56

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answered Dec 27 ’12 at 17:40

ikku

4,07411827

  • Thanks, is there no easier way? ๐Ÿ™
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:41

  • It’s not that difficult, and the actual copying is only one command, the rest is to make sure you will be writing to the correct device. And the first chapter states: The RPi-sd card builder utility is a app which will walk you through the process of installing to SD card. That sounds like a nice application that with a couple if clicks does what you want… The link for this app is in the document.
    –  ikku
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:43


  • 1

    Can’t get that to work. ๐Ÿ™
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:51

  • Oh, and the application keeps crashing.
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:51

  • Then I guess you need to switch to option 2, Mostly GUI
    –  ikku
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:54

 | 
show 5 more comments


up vote
66
down vote

First, verify the path to your SD card. You can do this by running the following command from terminal:

diskutil list

The output shows a list of disks currently mounted on the system. Here’s the relevant line from my output:

/dev/disk3
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: FDisk_partition_scheme *8.0 GB disk3
1: DOS_FAT_32 RPISDCARD 8.0 GB disk3s1

In this case I can verify /dev/disk3 is my SD card because the TYPE, NAME and SIZE values are correct.

If you have an existing partition on the disk you may need to unmount it, otherwise you’ll get a “Resource busy” error message when you try to write the image.

diskutil unmount /dev/disk3s1

Now to write the image file to the disk. Note the ‘r’ added to rdisk3 which drastically improves write performance by telling dd to operate in raw disk mode:

sudo dd if=RetroPieImage_ver2.3.img of=/dev/rdisk3 bs=1m

Depending on the size of your SDcard this may take a while. You can press CTRL+T to see the current status of dd. As an example for my Samsung 8GB SD card the write speed was 12MB/s the command took 11mins to complete.

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answered Oct 2 ’14 at 20:32

donturner

761154

  • In case anyone is getting error Resource busy then go to Disk Utility, unmount your SD card and try again. It will work.
    –  atulkhatri
    Jul 29 ’17 at 19:25

add a comment  | 


up vote
4
down vote

Try this: ApplePi-Baker

It’s free, writes IMG files to SD-Card, can prepare a NOOBS card and can make a backup to IMG of your SD-Card.

share | improve this answer

answered Jan 29 ’14 at 16:08

Hanzaplastique

1413

  • 1

    DO NOT TRY THIS!!!! It freezes, then if you cancel, you get stuck with some partitions on the card that literally refuse to be deleted. Disk Utility has greyed out all of my format/erase options.
    –  boulder_ruby
    Jan 1 ’15 at 19:39

  • @boulder_ruby: some users seem to have authentication issues with v1.6 due to authentication requirements by OS X. Your problem however is completely new to me. Did you cancel of "Force Quit" (maybe this caused "dd" to go weird in the background)?
    –  Hanzaplastique
    Jan 2 ’15 at 9:12

add a comment  | 


up vote
0
down vote

This app may be helpfull for you: http://alltheware.wordpress.com/2012/12/11/easiest-way-sd-card-setup/

Welcome ๐Ÿ˜‰

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answered Dec 28 ’12 at 7:46

user4056

1

  • Welcome to RPi.SE ๐Ÿ™‚ Could you briefly explain the content to avoid link rot? Thanks!
    –  Morgan Courbet
    Dec 28 ’12 at 8:05

  • Basically is a frontend to burn an image to your SD for OSX.
    –  user4056
    Jan 11 ’13 at 10:49

add a comment  | 


up vote
0
down vote

You could also try: dd Utility

Features:

  • Write IMG files to memory cards and hard drives.
  • Backup and Restore IMG files to memory cards and hard drives.
  • Install and Restore compressed disk image files on the fly. Supported
    file formats: IMG, Zip, GZip and XZ.
  • Backup and compress disk image files on the fly in ZIP format to
    significantly reduce the file size of backups.
  • Ideal for flashing IMG files to SD Cards for use with Raspberry Pi,
    Arduino, BeagleBoard and other ARM boards.
  • Mac Retina displays supported.
share | improve this answer

answered Feb 26 ’15 at 16:12

christiaan_

101

  • What’s with the Retina support?
    –  Ghanimaโ™ฆ
    Feb 26 ’15 at 17:06

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up vote
0
down vote

I made a script to burn .img or .iso files to SD card or USB.

Github > burn.sh

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edited May 6 ’15 at 11:40

Ghanima โ™ฆ

11.8k93975

answered May 6 ’15 at 11:20

user4056

1

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up vote
0
down vote

Yes the simple answer is to just dd it, but there are some safety precautions you may want to enforce by wrapping your dd in a script;

#!/bin/bash
#
# copy_img_to_sd.sh
#
ME=$( id | grep root | wc -l | perl -p -e 's/[^0-9]+//g');
if [ "$ME" != "1" ] ;then echo "must be root" exit 1;
fi
IMG=$1
if [ ! -f $IMG ] ;then echo "can not find $IMG"; exit 2;
fi
DISK=$(ls -l /dev/disk? | wc -l |perl -p -e 's/[^0-9]//g')
if [ $DISK -lt 3 ] ; then echo "can not find sdcard"; ls -l /dev/disk? exit 2;
fi
DISK=$(ls -1 /dev/disk? | tail -1);
R_DISK=$(ls -1 /dev/rdisk? | tail -1);
echo "we are about to do this:"
echo $(diskutil information $DISK | grep Total)
ls -1 /dev/disk?s* | grep "$DISK" | perl -p -e 's/^(.*)$/diskutil unmount $1;/g'
echo dd bs=1m if=$IMG of=$R_DISK
echo sync
echo diskutil eject $R_DISK
echo "Press [enter] to continue or [Ctrl]+[C] to cancel";
read YNM;
ls -1 /dev/disk?s* | grep "$DISK" | perl -p -e 's/^(.*)$/diskutil unmount $1;/g' | bash 2>/dev/null
dd bs=1m if=$IMG of=$R_DISK
sync
diskutil eject $R_DISK

Accidentally writing an image to your internal drive will require a fresh OS X install to correct. Backup and keep an install.log so if it ever happens to you you can laugh it off.

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edited May 26 ’15 at 16:05

Steve Robillard

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answered May 9 ’15 at 4:10

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up vote
0
down vote

Found a really good link: http://www.tweaking4all.com/hardware/raspberry-pi/install-img-to-sd-card/#macosx for installing file.img on SD card, very detailed steps!

share | improve this answer

answered Nov 2 ’15 at 12:05

Karbon62

1

  • Can you add some more detail in your answer? Linking things Is not as helpful as explaining it…
    –  Shojan
    Nov 8 ’15 at 18:35

  • I would do but then again I would be copying and pasting everything from the website onto here. It outlines steps from downloading package and transferring the .img file onto SD Card. Its as detail as it gets.
    –  Karbon62
    Nov 9 ’15 at 21:28


add a comment  | 


up vote
-2
down vote

Use df to find the device path, in this case /dev/disk2.

$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity iused ifree %iused Mounted on
/dev/disk1 465Gi 414Gi 51Gi 90% 108573777 13263821 89% /
devfs 214Ki 214Ki 0Bi 100% 741 0 100% /dev
map -hosts 0Bi 0Bi 0Bi 100% 0 0 100% /net
map auto_home 0Bi 0Bi 0Bi 100% 0 0 100% /home
/dev/disk2s1 3.7Gi 2.3Mi 3.7Gi 1% 0 0 100% /Volumes/UNTITLED

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answered May 9 ’15 at 3:02

danmatthews

1

  • 4

    And then…? This is only half an answer.
    –  Bex
    May 9 ’15 at 11:50

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Raspberry Pi

Writing .img file to SD Card from a Mac

Ask Question


up vote
27
down vote

favorite

19

I want to burn a .img file of Wheezy OS to my 8GB SD Card from Mac OS X but can’t figure out how.

Any help would be appreciated.

sd-card osx

share | improve this question

edited May 9 ’15 at 12:02

user1133275

1,928726

asked Dec 27 ’12 at 17:31
user4039

  • is the OS you’re using OSX??
    –  ikku
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:33

  • Yes @ikku – it is.
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:39

  • Check out my answer here . The question is on backing up your SD card, but the process is identical, see the bit on restoring the image. Alternatively, this wiki may help.
    –  Alex Coplan
    Dec 28 ’12 at 15:06


  • 1

    You can use the open source graphical app Etcher to do this, and it works on Mac, Windows and Linux.
    –  Brad Parks
    Jun 18 ’17 at 1:01


add a comment  | 

9 Answers
9

active

oldest

votes


up vote
23
down vote

accepted

There is a faq/howto available that discusses all the various OS-es. For the Mac it is (nearly) the same as under the various other types of Unix versions. The use of dd.

In short you type:

sudo dd if=path_of_your_image.img of=/dev/rdiskn bs=1m

N.B: the of=/rdev/diskn needs to be the SD card, if you do this wrong you might end up destroying your Mac system!!!! Be careful!

Be sure to use /dev/rdiskn instead of just /dev/diskn. This way you are not writing to a buffered device and it will complete much faster .

For a total step by step guide through this process please consult this explanation . There are 3 chapters for the Mac in this document.

The most easy way is described on the first chapter on Mac ( Copying an image to the SD card in Mac OS X (Only with graphical interface) ), it involves an application that does everything for you, to be complete I copy the link to this application here

share | improve this answer

edited Apr 13 ’17 at 12:56

Community โ™ฆ

1

answered Dec 27 ’12 at 17:40

ikku

4,07411827

  • Thanks, is there no easier way? ๐Ÿ™
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:41

  • It’s not that difficult, and the actual copying is only one command, the rest is to make sure you will be writing to the correct device. And the first chapter states: The RPi-sd card builder utility is a app which will walk you through the process of installing to SD card. That sounds like a nice application that with a couple if clicks does what you want… The link for this app is in the document.
    –  ikku
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:43


  • 1

    Can’t get that to work. ๐Ÿ™
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:51

  • Oh, and the application keeps crashing.
    – user4039
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:51

  • Then I guess you need to switch to option 2, Mostly GUI
    –  ikku
    Dec 27 ’12 at 17:54

 | 
show 5 more comments


up vote
66
down vote

First, verify the path to your SD card. You can do this by running the following command from terminal:

diskutil list

The output shows a list of disks currently mounted on the system. Here’s the relevant line from my output:

/dev/disk3
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: FDisk_partition_scheme *8.0 GB disk3
1: DOS_FAT_32 RPISDCARD 8.0 GB disk3s1

In this case I can verify /dev/disk3 is my SD card because the TYPE, NAME and SIZE values are correct.

If you have an existing partition on the disk you may need to unmount it, otherwise you’ll get a “Resource busy” error message when you try to write the image.

diskutil unmount /dev/disk3s1

Now to write the image file to the disk. Note the ‘r’ added to rdisk3 which drastically improves write performance by telling dd to operate in raw disk mode:

sudo dd if=RetroPieImage_ver2.3.img of=/dev/rdisk3 bs=1m

Depending on the size of your SDcard this may take a while. You can press CTRL+T to see the current status of dd. As an example for my Samsung 8GB SD card the write speed was 12MB/s the command took 11mins to complete.

share | improve this answer

answered Oct 2 ’14 at 20:32

donturner

761154

  • In case anyone is getting error Resource busy then go to Disk Utility, unmount your SD card and try again. It will work.
    –  atulkhatri
    Jul 29 ’17 at 19:25

add a comment  | 


up vote
4
down vote

Try this: ApplePi-Baker

It’s free, writes IMG files to SD-Card, can prepare a NOOBS card and can make a backup to IMG of your SD-Card.

share | improve this answer

answered Jan 29 ’14 at 16:08

Hanzaplastique

1413

  • 1

    DO NOT TRY THIS!!!! It freezes, then if you cancel, you get stuck with some partitions on the card that literally refuse to be deleted. Disk Utility has greyed out all of my format/erase options.
    –  boulder_ruby
    Jan 1 ’15 at 19:39

  • @boulder_ruby: some users seem to have authentication issues with v1.6 due to authentication requirements by OS X. Your problem however is completely new to me. Did you cancel of "Force Quit" (maybe this caused "dd" to go weird in the background)?
    –  Hanzaplastique
    Jan 2 ’15 at 9:12

add a comment  | 


up vote
0
down vote

This app may be helpfull for you: http://alltheware.wordpress.com/2012/12/11/easiest-way-sd-card-setup/

Welcome ๐Ÿ˜‰

share | improve this answer

answered Dec 28 ’12 at 7:46

user4056

1

  • Welcome to RPi.SE ๐Ÿ™‚ Could you briefly explain the content to avoid link rot? Thanks!
    –  Morgan Courbet
    Dec 28 ’12 at 8:05

  • Basically is a frontend to burn an image to your SD for OSX.
    –  user4056
    Jan 11 ’13 at 10:49

add a comment  | 


up vote
0
down vote

You could also try: dd Utility

Features:

  • Write IMG files to memory cards and hard drives.
  • Backup and Restore IMG files to memory cards and hard drives.
  • Install and Restore compressed disk image files on the fly. Supported
    file formats: IMG, Zip, GZip and XZ.
  • Backup and compress disk image files on the fly in ZIP format to
    significantly reduce the file size of backups.
  • Ideal for flashing IMG files to SD Cards for use with Raspberry Pi,
    Arduino, BeagleBoard and other ARM boards.
  • Mac Retina displays supported.
share | improve this answer

answered Feb 26 ’15 at 16:12

christiaan_

101

  • What’s with the Retina support?
    –  Ghanimaโ™ฆ
    Feb 26 ’15 at 17:06

add a comment  | 


up vote
0
down vote

I made a script to burn .img or .iso files to SD card or USB.

Github > burn.sh

share | improve this answer

edited May 6 ’15 at 11:40

Ghanima โ™ฆ

11.8k93975

answered May 6 ’15 at 11:20

user4056

1

add a comment  | 


up vote
0
down vote

Yes the simple answer is to just dd it, but there are some safety precautions you may want to enforce by wrapping your dd in a script;

#!/bin/bash
#
# copy_img_to_sd.sh
#
ME=$( id | grep root | wc -l | perl -p -e 's/[^0-9]+//g');
if [ "$ME" != "1" ] ;then echo "must be root" exit 1;
fi
IMG=$1
if [ ! -f $IMG ] ;then echo "can not find $IMG"; exit 2;
fi
DISK=$(ls -l /dev/disk? | wc -l |perl -p -e 's/[^0-9]//g')
if [ $DISK -lt 3 ] ; then echo "can not find sdcard"; ls -l /dev/disk? exit 2;
fi
DISK=$(ls -1 /dev/disk? | tail -1);
R_DISK=$(ls -1 /dev/rdisk? | tail -1);
echo "we are about to do this:"
echo $(diskutil information $DISK | grep Total)
ls -1 /dev/disk?s* | grep "$DISK" | perl -p -e 's/^(.*)$/diskutil unmount $1;/g'
echo dd bs=1m if=$IMG of=$R_DISK
echo sync
echo diskutil eject $R_DISK
echo "Press [enter] to continue or [Ctrl]+[C] to cancel";
read YNM;
ls -1 /dev/disk?s* | grep "$DISK" | perl -p -e 's/^(.*)$/diskutil unmount $1;/g' | bash 2>/dev/null
dd bs=1m if=$IMG of=$R_DISK
sync
diskutil eject $R_DISK

Accidentally writing an image to your internal drive will require a fresh OS X install to correct. Backup and keep an install.log so if it ever happens to you you can laugh it off.

share | improve this answer

edited May 26 ’15 at 16:05

Steve Robillard

28k178498

answered May 9 ’15 at 4:10

user1133275

1,928726

add a comment  | 


up vote
0
down vote

Found a really good link: http://www.tweaking4all.com/hardware/raspberry-pi/install-img-to-sd-card/#macosx for installing file.img on SD card, very detailed steps!

share | improve this answer

answered Nov 2 ’15 at 12:05

Karbon62

1

  • Can you add some more detail in your answer? Linking things Is not as helpful as explaining it…
    –  Shojan
    Nov 8 ’15 at 18:35

  • I would do but then again I would be copying and pasting everything from the website onto here. It outlines steps from downloading package and transferring the .img file onto SD Card. Its as detail as it gets.
    –  Karbon62
    Nov 9 ’15 at 21:28


add a comment  | 


up vote
-2
down vote

Use df to find the device path, in this case /dev/disk2.

$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity iused ifree %iused Mounted on
/dev/disk1 465Gi 414Gi 51Gi 90% 108573777 13263821 89% /
devfs 214Ki 214Ki 0Bi 100% 741 0 100% /dev
map -hosts 0Bi 0Bi 0Bi 100% 0 0 100% /net
map auto_home 0Bi 0Bi 0Bi 100% 0 0 100% /home
/dev/disk2s1 3.7Gi 2.3Mi 3.7Gi 1% 0 0 100% /Volumes/UNTITLED

share | improve this answer

answered May 9 ’15 at 3:02

danmatthews

1

  • 4

    And then…? This is only half an answer.
    –  Bex
    May 9 ’15 at 11:50

add a comment  | 

protected by goldilocks โ™ฆ Nov 2 ’15 at 12:57

Thank you for your interest in this question.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count ).

Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?

asked

5 years, 11 months ago

viewed

135,588 times

active

3 years, 1 month ago

Linked

285

How do I backup my Raspberry Pi?

10

SD card write speed seems to be 14 times slower than read speed

3

How to restore SD card backup?

Related

5

How to create an IMG file from USB but only using 2GB not full SD card size

5

How to prevent sd card capacity loss?

19

How to make an image (.img) from what’s on the SD card (but as compact as the original one)?

29

“Resource busy” error when using `dd` to copy disk img to SD card

0

cloning SD card to another SD Card

3

SD card cloning: 32GB to 16GB SD card?

9

Reduce Ubuntu mate 16.04 img file size

1

Raspbian + usb card reader + sd card

1

Burning Raspbian to SD card from a Mac laptop

0

RaspAnd img file reduce size

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