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Old 01-29-2012, 12:34 PM   #141
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Originally Posted by ernalve View Post
Hi, Geekmaster

thanks for your attention and clear explanations.

I am sure that I didn't copy to the kindle anything else apart from:

- the jailbreak mp3 > After using it, the kindle still worked oik

- the data.tar.gz

- and the data.tar.gz decompressed

It was after installing this files that the kindle stop working. I didn't copy any runme.sh
ixtab's jailbreak decompresses data.tar.gz to /var/local, which is very small, and which can fill up with database and log files. People have had problems with k4nt's locking up after loading too many books onto their kindle, when document indexing increases the index database until /var/local becomes full, which bricks the kindle. Perhaps the touch has a similar problem (just speculating possibilities here) and /var/local was too full for ixtab's jailbreak to complete, so it just keeps relaunching on boot up.

Is your USB drive visible (even for a short time) during startup? If so, another data.tar.gz can be put on it to fix a full /var/local problem, or at least to analyze what the problem is.

See if the USB drive shows up for a few seconds during the boot cycle. You might need to use linux to test this. With ubuntu linux you can check for /media/Kindle, and if found then copy a new (repair version) data.tar.gz to /media/Kindle, like this:

while true;do ls /media/Kindle 2>/dev/null && cp data.tar.gz /media/Kindle && break;sleep 1;done


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