Hi all, i would like your help on this subject: from a previous project i still have an SSD around so i would like to run my OS from the internal SSD instead of the USB drive. Many guides are available on how to create a bootable USB drive, both in linux and windows, but could somebody explain me how i can install nanoboot on the SSD that sits currently inside the server running DSM of a USB drive? Currently the following disks are connected: DiskStation> df -h Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/md0 2.3G 551.3M 1.7G 24% / /tmp 3.7G 684.0K 3.7G 0% /tmp /dev/vg1000/lv 3.6T 288.9M 3.6T 0% /volume1 /dev/sdu1 30.8M 12.3M 18.6M 40% /volumeUSB1/usbshare /dev/vg1001/lv 105.6G 188.0M 105.3G 0% /volume2 /dev/md0 is the USB drive, /volume1 is my storage drive & /volume2 is the SSD where i would like to copy nanoboot to. I only have a laptop available, so connecting the SSD to another system is not possible. Only possibility i see is boot regular Ubuntu from the USB, mount the SSD & do the same process as i did on my laptop to previously make the USB drive bootable. Hope there is a faster option available though so i can do the same through SSH on DiskStation OS.