After being a silent reader (pun not intended...) for some time here I managed to do the root and install the market without problems. I still have trouble with Link2SD and would like to investigate further.
The problem is - just to let you know, my question follows - that Link2SD upon installation is not able to create the mount script, telling me "file system full". And indeed this is the same error message I keep getting when trying to create a file in /system/etc through the terminal (with echo as there is no touch) after Link2SD has been installed. Root Explorer silently fails on this task, though funnily it is able to rename a file thereabouts. Deinstalling Link2SD, chmodding or chowing the directory did not help.
After having restored and re-rooted the T1 for three times now (each time diligently deleting files to have the space for GoogleServicesFramework and the market, setting up a decent keyboard layout and so on) I still have not given up the hope to get Link2SD running - but I start to get fed up with setting everything up before trying another approach and still running into trouble, having to start over again.
So - as I do take it that it does not work with ebook_msc any more and I never got ADB working, is there any
at least partly painless way to do a full dump of the setup
(that would basically be the internal memory without the internal sd?) which restores easily
? CWM Root Manager does not like the T1, Titanium Backup (which I have not bought yet) seems not to be that much targeted at a full image.
Any help appreciated!