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 You'll need SSD drive in the correct port, serial cable, and flash disk with You'll need SSD drive in the correct port, serial cable, and flash disk with
-the medkit. Connect serial cable +the medkit. Connect serial cable.
  
 ===== Creating bootable SSD ===== ===== Creating bootable SSD =====
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 you see the prompt, we can start preparing the SSD. At this moment, you you see the prompt, we can start preparing the SSD. At this moment, you
 probably have two disk devices available - sda and sdb. Most likely your SSD probably have two disk devices available - sda and sdb. Most likely your SSD
-is sda and USB is sdb. You can check by entering ​+is sda and USB is sdb. You can check by entering:
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 If you connect a new SSD you need to create the partition with a tool called **fdisk**. If you connect a new SSD you need to create the partition with a tool called **fdisk**.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 Now format the first partition to Btrfs and create there root subvolume using Now format the first partition to Btrfs and create there root subvolume using
-the following commands+the following commands:
  
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-Now you need to mount the flash drive and deploy the medkit.+Nowyou need to mount the flash drive and deploy the medkit.
  
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Now is the time to clean up everything.+Nowis the time to clean up everything.
  
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Now you have an SSD that you can boot from and you can restart your router+Nowyou have an SSD that you can boot fromand you can restart your router
  
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-This changes your boot command to boot from SSD and saves the setting and+This changes your boot command to boot from SSDsaves the settingand
 actually boots your router. Next time you reset it, it should boot actually boots your router. Next time you reset it, it should boot
 automatically from SSD. automatically from SSD.