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> Extracted Cacko 1.23 Rootfs, Unaltered from a mounted initrd.bin
post Aug 30 2009, 05:29 PM
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Hope this helps someone out there, Cacko 1.23 Rootfs.

Rootfs with the sharp kernel and modules from Katatrophos, and the /boot/kernel.cmdline for the zUbuntu multiboot.

With all this posted, I still have yet to get it too post from nand ... still hashing.
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post Oct 2 2009, 05:28 AM
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5. boot into cacko. you should have the cacko kernel and kernel commandline in /boot on your sd card.
the multi-boot kernel will see cacko as being on sd (cuz that is where the kernel is)
when you are booted into cacko enter: sudo mount -n -o remount,rw into terminal. this will remount rootfs as read/write
Create /boot folder on nand: mkdir /boot
copy kernel (zImage) from /boot on SD: cp /mnt/card/boot/* /boot/
now reboot cacko with the sd card out. the multiboot kernel should show that cacko is on nand (chip icon).
6. extract zUbuntu rootfs to your sd card, replacing cacko kernel in SD card's /boot/
now when you boot your zaurus with the sd in, you should see two options Nand - Cacko and SD - Zubuntu

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