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> Tarball Of Cacko 1.23 Full Anywhere?, or can I make my own?
Jon_J
post Dec 29 2008, 05:10 PM
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I'm looking for a tarball of cacko 1.23 full, so I can unpack it to an SD card and boot it with multiboot.

If none is available, then what is the best way to tar up a fresh cacko installation for unpacking to an SD card and booting as above?

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Jon
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Jon_J
post Jan 1 2009, 06:08 PM
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I'm trying to tar up / and save it to cackobackup.tgz on my CF card
I'm using this command and it is processing now, I'm not sure of the results, as I mistakenly used -p in the command.
I thought "-p" was for preserve permissions, I'll try again later without the "-p"
tar cpf - / | gzip - > /mnt/cf/cackobackup.tgz

Edit:
I think it was tarring up my cards, SD and CF
I need to remove them both, then use an empty CF card next time.
I stopped it before it was finished and the resulting file was 67MB

Edit2: I'll unmount my microdrive. I think tar would try to tar up the drive also.
I cannot umount the microdrive, so I'm stumped now.
CODE
umount /hdd1
umount: /hdd1: Operation not permitted


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