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Old 10-23-2012, 11:44 AM   #158
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Originally Posted by twobob View Post
Hi @Niluje

Knowing what we know now about the B011 touches system_diags file.

(the single char patch I had to make to my binary to prevent /usr/local/* being deleted every boot into DIAGS...) referenced here: http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...&postcount=113

RE: [file referenced in DIAGS startup script as ../opt/factory/system_diags IIRC]
would you consider a binary patch for those devices to be within the purview of this hacks modifications.... (with backup?)

it is USBnetworking related. I thought.

Or would it be a separate hack? Or more properly rolled into something else?

Thanks mate. I really was an arse ache finding it and form what I remember I am not the only B011 international Touch device that fails the Diags/dropbear test OOTB IIRC.
Hey, I'd thought that with chattr -R +i /usr/local/ problem will be solved, isn't it? chattr is avaliable as /bin/chattr on main partition, so it should be enough to mount diag, install dropbear/sshd there and perform that command for /usr/local on diags (in process of installing USBNetworking hack).

Last edited by eureka; 10-23-2012 at 12:09 PM. Reason: add link to knc1's original suggestion of using chattr
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