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Old 05-21-2016, 10:00 PM   #9
davidfor
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Originally Posted by Thete View Post
I've mounted the internal SD card in a PC and taken a look at the partitions with Gparted.
I can see:
1. an unallocated 9.5MiB.
2. 256MiB ext4 partition labeled rootfs
3. 256MiB ext4 partition labeled recoveryfs
4. 3.18 GB fat32 partition labeled KOBOeReader

I assume rootfs is the partiton running busybox and is accessible via FTP when I telnet in from USB networking.
So, the recoveryfs partition, is that the one you want me to pull the file from?

Both ext4 partitions have /etc/init.d/rcS file.
The rootfs partition is what is used in normal operation. The recoveryfs is used when you do a factory reset. The version wanted will be from the rootfs.
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