That gnarbox 2.0 looks interesting, especially since it’s NVMe and IP67 rating.
Yeah, kind of disappointing that it’s tougher to make a simple firmware image that will let replacement drives be used. I actually started rewriting the update script so I learn it better, make it easier to read, better logging on the SD card, and hopefully get past the issue of it not working on other drives. Plus, I don’t want to keep erasing and flashing to the onboard ROM when testing things out… This custom update script should at least fix the issue I’m experiencing with the X600 replacement drive.
P.S. If you’re familiar with Linux, I can tell you how to manually create a replacement drive with all of the hidden partitions. I haven’t shared these instructions since not many know Linux and if you specify the wrong drive you can break your current OS installations/lose data/etc. on your computer. My goal is to have a simple process of putting the image on a SD card and booting the device while holding the sd/battery button. I’ve tested manually creating the drive on HDDs but haven’t done it on any SSDs since I didn’t have any sitting around before I decided on the simple method. Pretty sure the manual method will work on a X600 drive.