Hack-A-N900/Dump and Restore rootfs Image: Unterschied zwischen den Versionen
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Version vom 17. April 2010, 23:14 Uhr
With usb recovery mode just booting a very minimal system it is possible to detach (remount ro) the rootfs and grab an image. Most probably the easiest and safest way to backup your device. On the other hand this way you will consuming a lot of disk space when doing backups regulary. Anyway, before doing anything risky with your rootfs you should consider dumping an image like this.
Start usb recovery mode and log on to your n900. Now make the rootfs read-only:
mount -o remount,ro / # should fail touch somefile
Now dump the rootfs image. Keep in mind we are in recovery mode and the rootfs is read-only, so we dont have any storage availabe. We need to push it to a remote location.
# dump it to the pc with the hostname 'yourpc' via ssh dd if=/dev/mtd5 | ssh root@yourpc "cat > rootfs.img"
Start your n900 in flasher mode. Flash the image to your device:
./flasher-3.5 -r rootfs.img -f -R