[maemo-users] How to access the flash rootfs?

From: Rodrigo Vivi rodrigo.vivi at gmail.com
Date: Mon Jan 14 21:19:18 EET 2008
I'd suggest you to create a rootfs and boot from a memory card and then mount
the /dev/mtdblock4 that is your current rootfs of flash memory and
then fix it...

Try something like this:

Best Regards

On Jan 10, 2008 3:51 PM, Jesper <mail at jespercheetah.dk> wrote:
> I was tinkering with a few files on my N800 (OS2008), then rebooted
> it. Now it doesn't get any futher than the startup screen with the
> Nokia logo..
> Could it be the result of putting this into /etc/sudoers?:
> user ALL = PASSWD: ALL
> And at any rate, is there a way to get access to the rootfs on the
> device, to fix/recover whatever's causing trouble? I really don't want
> to flash and loose all of my stuff, again.. I'll have to look into
> using my SD card as a rootfs, again :) Makes it a lot easier to
> recover.
> Thanks
> --
> Jesper Cheetah <mail+maemo at jespercheetah.dk>
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