I have an image of raspian that boots great on my raspberry pi model a, but not on my model b+ or my pi 2. When i try to boot on pi B+ or pi 2 i get a constant green light that stays on which tells me they are not reading the bootcode i would think. This is more about learning to me. What im asking for is a list of numbered steps in which one would take to manually create a raspian boot sd from a debian command line with an emphasis on the following: 1) format the sd correctly with fdisk or any other good commands. 2) get the right MBR code and add it to the disk using dd or another good command. 3) how to check the MBR code for correctness. 4) how to make sure the rest of the boot code is ok. 5) transfer the raspbian.img to the sd card. 6) important things to look for when examining the sd boot card after i think its finished. 7) which boot logs to look at for a thorough review of what the pi is doing while it boots.
Im mainly after a good list of ordered steps and the commands. I do not necessarily need an explanation for each step as i will research each command and step myself. Any explanation of a step is extra and much appreciated.