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Old 05-05-2012, 12:25 PM   #76
Dweia
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Join Date: May 2012
Device: Kindle Touch
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Originally Posted by geekmaster View Post
Perhaps your "geekmaster's hack" (whichever one that is) is running against the wrong partition? Can you post the contents of the hack you used?
Well, that might be - though you said it would work on both partitions. I am "only" talking about the RUNME.sh - which doesn't run in Diags (but does run in Main) - completely independent of the actual content of RUNME.sh... I was taking the data.tar.gz from this post:

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Originally Posted by geekmaster View Post
UPDATE: I have added a universal payload that should work with multiple kindles, if installed at /var/local/system/mntus.params, using whatever method is available for that device. For the K4NT and Touch, I have provided a data.tar.gz that contains my "universal" payload which launches RUNME.sh on the USB drive if it exists and there is not a RUNME.done file. [...]

This RUNME.sh just displays stuff on the screen to show that it works. Because this can be launched from main or diags mode, the script does not know which partition is root, [...]
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Originally Posted by geekmaster
Beware that your root partition will be either mmcblk0p1 or mmcblk0p2 depending on how you booted, so the missing /usr/local is not clear (which partition?)
Sorry, I guess it can get confusing, so again:
in MAIN MODE (mmcblk0p1) consistently over reboots:
/usr/local/bin, /usr/local/sbin, /usr/local/etc contain dropbear
/var/local/system contains mntus.param
in DIAGS MODE (mmcblk0p2) :
/usr/local/bin, /usr/local/sbin, /usr/local/etc get completely deleted
/var/local/system gets cleared
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Originally Posted by geekmaster
Yes I want a copy of the different diags partition. Thanks.
I uploaded the file to mmcblk0p2.019-J2-diags_yoshi-155938.img.gz (somewhat lengthy filename, but at least that identifies which version it is...)

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Dweia
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