You should be able to edit the file again on PC / MAC remove that line. To get it back to where it worked. Not sure which version of Pi or OS you are using.
I believe the newer Jessie Builds have broken /boot/cmdline.txt to boot from sda2
Here are some tutorials to help boot from SSD
Tank you for the answer.
I was using the latest Raspbian Lite which is based on Stretch.
I was able to edit the cmdline.txt to get back, but still I have not solved my problem.
I was following the instructions for installing the PiDesktop with mSSD and setup a
boot to the SSD. But since Raspbian Lite is a headless install, the ppp-hdclone cannot
be used. I used ssh to log into th Pi.
Thus I tried to copy on the CLI with dd. But the proper setup (config) I did not find
a proper way of doing.
Yes, thank you.
I settled with (not the best) solution to keep the SD card and only added the SSD.
I formatted the SSD and now mount it as /home, thus having about 120GB for the
It will do for the time being, and the PiDesktop is running as a headless server on Raspbian Lite,
which was what I aimed for.
I tried to set up the PiDesktop headless, but did not succed.
Here's what I tried:
Had a running mSD card, and logged inn via ssh.
Cloned the mSD card to SSD with dd. The cloning
Changed the /boot/cmdline.txt to boot from sda2.
Bot no boot.
What procedures exist to set up in CLI?