En/na John Reiser ha escrit:
Mmm... Okay.Mmm.... interesting. Is there any possibility that Debian update this information in SysConf (plus obviously in the disk)? It could be interesting to have an uptodate information (for recovering purposes: installing SlugOS again)It is easy to update it yourself. The data format is a 4-byte big-endian integer which gives the length in bytes of what follows, then an array of characters. Just create the data in that format, and write it to /dev/mtdblock? where '?' is the correct partition [find it by inspection.] If the length does not increase, then you can use '\n' as padding, and thus avoid rewriting the length word.
But can you put an example? I don't know what is a big-endian integer and how write the data in /dev/mtblock? (simply with ">")?
I'm a novice user.
By this technicities, I think I pass to write anyting to SysConf! ;-)