Did a silly thing, tried to run installtoemmc without disabling all my NFS shares so the script tried to copy all those shares to the emmc and it became full.
Tried again, but it not working, getting the following…
CoreELEC:~ # installtoemmc Odroid_N2 This script will now erase the eMMC on your device All data on this eMMC will be lost forever! Type "yes" if you know what you are doing or anything else to exit: yes Disabling eMMC timeout... Stopping Kodi... Unmount all partitions from mmcblk0... Delete all partitions... 1+0 records in 1+0 records out 512 bytes (512B) copied, 0.005747 seconds, 87.0KB/s Create new partitions... Flash Bootloader... Create Filesystem for new flash partition... Create Filesystem for new storage partition... /dev/mmcblk0p2 contains a ext4 file system labelled 'STORAGE' last mounted on /var/media/NEWSTORAGE on Thu May 16 15:20:20 2019 /dev/mmcblk0p2 is mounted; will not make a filesystem here! Unmount all partitions from mmcblk0... Mount new partitions... Copy /flash files to new flash partition... Copy template boot.ini... Set UUIDs in new boot.ini... Not enough space on the new storage partition. Skipping... Unmount all partitions from mmcblk0... umount: can't unmount /var/media/NEWBOOT: Invalid argument umount: can't unmount /var/media/COREELEC: Invalid argument umount: can't unmount /var/media/NEWSTORAGE: Invalid argument umount: can't unmount /var/media/STORAGE: Invalid argument All done! Please poweroff your device and remove the SD/USB. Enjoy! CoreELEC:~ #
Any help appreciated.