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Old 07-07-2013, 11:51 AM   #487
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Device: kindle 3 Wifi
Hello again,
Thanks for the good advices.
I did boot into the recovery menu and formatted the partition with O.
Checking free cluster summary.
/dev/loop/0: 674 files, 24093/400274 clusters
system: I rcS:def:starting /etc/rcS.d/S90video
system: I S90video:def:initializing eInk HAL for rootfs use

INIT: Entering runlevel: 2
However, when I've booted it still shows that there is some error:

Code:
system: I S70userstore:def:Found BOOTUP flag file
dosfsck 2.11-lab126 (1 Jun 2007)
dosfsck 2.11-lab126, 1 Jun 2007, FAT32, LFN
Checking we can access the last sector of the filesystem
There are differences between boot sector and its backup.
Differences: (offset:original/backup)
  65:01/00
  Not automatically fixing this.
Boot sector contents:
System ID "mkdosfs"
Media byte 0xf8 (hard disk)
       512 bytes per logical sector
      8192 bytes per cluster
        32 reserved sectors
First FAT starts at byte 16384 (sector 32)
         2 FATs, 32 bit entries
   1601536 bytes per FAT (= 3128 sectors)
Root directory start at cluster 2 (arbitrary size)
Data area starts at byte 3219456 (sector 6288)
    400274 data clusters (3279044608 bytes)
32 sectors/track, 64 heads
         0 hidden sectors
   6410672 sectors total
A new long file name starts within an old one.
  Not auto-correcting this.
A new long file name starts within an old one.
  Not auto-correcting this.
A new long file name starts within an old one.
  Not auto-correcting this.
Unfinished long file name ":621:3LH:5rx:3b0:7iu:CWH:6Gh:Bn9:Dh5:9f8:AYc:5sp:3IW".
  (Start may have been overwritten by \024.\036\226\207\013;k.\202)
  Not auto-correcting this.
Wrong checksum for long file name ":621:3LH:5rx:3b0:7iu:CWH:6Gh:Bn9:Dh5:9f8:AYc:5sp:3IW".
  (Short name \024.\036\226\207\013;k.\202 may have changed without updating the long name)
  Not auto-correcting this.
Long filename fragment ":C+8:3wp:1+J:0tt:DsR:8ra:9Kp:0zE:Dk4:95P:6NX:6b7:43h" found outside a LFN sequence.
  (Maybe the start bit is missing on the last fragment)
  Not auto-correcting this.
Checksum in long filename part wrong (98 vs. expected bc).
  Not auto-correcting this.
Checking for unused clusters.
Checking free cluster summary.
/dev/loop/0: 674 files, 24093/400274 clusters
system: I rcS:def:starting /etc/rcS.d/S90video
system: I S90video:def:initializing eInk HAL for rootfs use

INIT: Entering runlevel: 2
See the complete log:
http://pastebin.com/NHbsbjUZ

Obviously he doesn't fix this. Is there any way to start usbserial/usbnetworking on it after it has entered user mode (runlevel 2 I suppose) ?
When the OS loads up, I still see some of the old files that were on the kindle.
That's very strange. Is it caching it up somewhere, or from where are these old files coming ?

Quote:
Originally Posted by NiLuJe View Post
Since you have serial access, the O option (overwrite & format fat) from the recovery menu might do the trick (do not use the I option though, it's nastier). That, or login as root and do as knc1 recommended using dd.

Because yeah, as clearly apparent in the logs, the userstore is well and properly borked ;-).

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