[debian-non-standard] Restore to original firmware
exa_gon at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 5 12:55:22 CET 2009
Tomasz any news for the backup file ?
Sorry i'm impatient.
Thanks a lot.
From: exa_gon at hotmail.com
To: debian-non-standard at lists.wpkg.org
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 15:49:34 +0000
CC: tsr at tsr.se
Subject: Re: [debian-non-standard] Restore to original firmware
Thanks a lot.
Now i see a hole of light... :)
Tsr, can you do a backup of an original mtd partition ?
Thanks a lot
> Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 14:13:35 +0100
> From: tsr at tsr.se
> To: mangoo at wpkg.org
> CC: exa_gon at hotmail.com; debian-non-standard at lists.wpkg.org
> Subject: Re: [debian-non-standard] Restore to original firmware
> Well, according to
> http://www.openfsg.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=22663#p22663 :
> 2) The HDD also has 4 partitions (first two are for root filesystem,
> third is swap partition and the fourth is for user data)
> And according to a freshly restored install
> / # du -chs /
> 52.9M .
> 52.9M total
> / # du -chs /home
> 12.0k /home
> 12.0k total
> So you should be able to just create four partitions
> s(/h)da1: 200MB (to be safe)
> s(/h)da2: 200MB (to be safe)
> s(/h)da3: 128MB (somehow I think that swap should be 2 times RAM, but I
> dont really know why)
> s(/h)da4: the rest of the empty space
> Of course this is not exactly how it was from the beginning but it
> should work, right?
> Tomasz Chmielewski escribió:
> > Exa Gon wrote:
> >> ok, now i post on the forum.
> >> So for the original mtd file ? if i don't have it i can do
> >> nothing...exactly ?
> >> For you, what is the best way to restore now ?
> > I may be able to find the original mtd files (not 100% sure).
> > Let me know once you find what the original HDD partition layout is (as
> > per "fdisk -l" output).
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