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masanasj
I would like to colabore, to the beguiners with Netwalker.
DO NOT TRY TO ACTUALICE TO UBUNTU 9.10 sad.gif
If yo do, Netwalker doesn't start.

If you have this problem continue with this guide:

http://sites.google.com/site/masanasj/

Salu2 rolleyes.gif
merlin1
Thanks, but doesn't the original Sharp recovery script only work on the Netwalker itself i.e. is useless if the Netwalker doesn't boot?

It's better to use this version which has been modified to work on any Linux box.
http://people.debian.org/~osamu/pub/spider-recovery

-merlin1

PS: No offense intended, but as you posted this in an English forum - the blog post would be helpful to many more readers if it was written in English. smile.gif
masanasj
QUOTE(merlin1 @ Jan 18 2010, 09:37 PM) *
Thanks, but doesn't the original Sharp recovery script only work on the Netwalker itself i.e. is useless if the Netwalker doesn't boot?

It's better to use this version which has been modified to work on any Linux box.
http://people.debian.org/~osamu/pub/spider-recovery

-merlin1

PS: No offense intended, but as you posted this in an English forum - the blog post would be helpful to many more readers if it was written in English. smile.gif


Thanks, and can you explain the diference, please.
merlin1
QUOTE(masanasj @ Jan 20 2010, 09:12 PM) *
QUOTE(merlin1 @ Jan 18 2010, 09:37 PM) *
Thanks, but doesn't the original Sharp recovery script only work on the Netwalker itself i.e. is useless if the Netwalker doesn't boot?

It's better to use this version which has been modified to work on any Linux box.
http://people.debian.org/~osamu/pub/spider-recovery

-merlin1

PS: No offense intended, but as you posted this in an English forum - the blog post would be helpful to many more readers if it was written in English. smile.gif


Thanks, and can you explain the diference, please.

The difference between the two scripts? Simple - as said above:

- original script will only work on Netwalker itself. If Netwalker doesn't boot you cannot use the script.
- modified script will work on any Linux PC, you can still use it when the Netwalker doesn't boot.

As long as the Netwalker still boots you can use both scripts.
masanasj
QUOTE(merlin1 @ Jan 20 2010, 10:00 PM) *
QUOTE(masanasj @ Jan 20 2010, 09:12 PM) *
QUOTE(merlin1 @ Jan 18 2010, 09:37 PM) *
Thanks, but doesn't the original Sharp recovery script only work on the Netwalker itself i.e. is useless if the Netwalker doesn't boot?

It's better to use this version which has been modified to work on any Linux box.
http://people.debian.org/~osamu/pub/spider-recovery

-merlin1

PS: No offense intended, but as you posted this in an English forum - the blog post would be helpful to many more readers if it was written in English. smile.gif


Thanks, and can you explain the diference, please.

The difference between the two scripts? Simple - as said above:

- original script will only work on Netwalker itself. If Netwalker doesn't boot you cannot use the script.
- modified script will work on any Linux PC, you can still use it when the Netwalker doesn't boot.

As long as the Netwalker still boots you can use both scripts.


Thanks for your aportation, helps at the beguiners to get in linux word rolleyes.gif
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