Then click "manage flags" and add the "lba" flag and you're done prepping the SD card.
Get back into your root shell to prepare the boot partition transfer.
This instructable assumes that the reader has at least some basic experience with Ubuntu, the Raspberry Pi and the GParted partition editor. This article is also centered around doing the whole process using Ubuntu ( sorry Win Doze people :p ).-----!!! -----Since a few people were wondering about my RCA setup and the alligator clips on the Pi, I have taken the liberty to make an instructable all about it. In my case I found the path to the flash drive from GParted, it was /dev/sdb but it might be different for you.
Raspberry Pi 2: Quick n' Easy RCA should answer all your questions and tell you how to do it. If you want to know the status of the burn, you can install pv by typing in "apt-get install pv" and then using the altered command of "dd if=path/to/image | pv | dd of=path/to/flashdrive".
Again, use "dd" to transfer the partitions, my boot partition is /dev/sdb1 for the flash drive and /dev/sdc1 for the SD card.
Notice the 1 at the end of each, that signifies the first logical partition which I can see from the GParted screen.
Get back to GParted and navigate to the flash drive.
Delete the fat16 "boot" partition, "/dev/sdb1" in my case.
It's the same as in the last step, only change the "if" and "of" parts.
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When it's finished, there should be only one partition, and ext4, that has the same partition path (/dev/sdb2) as the original ext4 partition.
If all worked well for you, then you should see the Raspberry Pi boot up normally and the setup screen come up for the first time. If not, then something probably went wrong and you should try to see if you can fix it by going backwards to see what went wrong or just redoing the whole process again.