USB stick data lost
Maybe this site will help you
I tried it and now i have debian etch on my 4G usb pendrive. Everything is cryptfs encrypted and the installed programs remain from pc to pc since they are installed directly on the pendrive. I just keep the different settings for each pc (xorg.conf, interfaces etc) in a separate directory and then I made a bash script to copy the settings files in their place depending on the pc i am using it on.
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From: borasah at gmail.com
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 21:40:52 +0300
Perhaps this is off-topic but I havent found any good resource...
I have a custom embedded board and want to put a rootfs on a USB stick. I just
put everything on single partition formatted with ext3. But after placing
data, we run into data lost. Some part of the rootfs is lost everytime. I
tried googling the web but didnt find anything which explains the data lost.
There are many papers which shows how to install LiveUSB but there arent any
material which mentions what kind of strategies should be applied why.
What I want to learn, why does data lost happen? And what kind of protections
can I appply?
Now I create two partitions. One is 128MB and ro, the other is keeps the
remaining parts(2GB - 128MB) and rw. ro contains symbolic links to rw.
We download some partly big files. So we need some writable space.
Thanks in advance...
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