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> C1000 - Can't Nand Resize To 121
VirtusRex
post Mar 13 2007, 02:03 PM
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Hey guys, anybody with C1000 have problems resizing their nand to 121 mb?

I've tried pdaxrom beta3 install, pdxii13 5.3.1, 5.3.2 and no luck. I'll go to NAND Flash Utils enter 121, reinstall everything, but I still get the following:

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filesystem size Used Available Use% Mounted On
/dev/root 53.0 53.0M 0 100% /
none 12.0M 20.0k 12.0M 0% /dev
/dev/mtdblock3 68.0M 3.8M 64.2M 6% /home
/dev/mtdblock3 68.0M 3.8M 64.2M 6% /mnt/user


From what I understand, /dev/root should change from size of 53 Mb to 121 mb.

Anybody have any ideas?

VirtusRex
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Jon_J
post Mar 13 2007, 02:13 PM
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Can you access the D + M menus?
on service page 3, there is a selection called
7. EXTRA MENU
After entering that, there is a selection called
10. NAND Flash Erase

Don't do this unless you're sure what you're doing.

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VirtusRex
post Mar 13 2007, 02:13 PM
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QUOTE(VirtusRex @ Mar 13 2007, 05:03 PM)
Hey guys, anybody with C1000 have problems resizing their nand to 121 mb?

I've tried pdaxrom beta3 install, pdxii13 5.3.1, 5.3.2 and no luck. I'll go to NAND Flash Utils enter 121, reinstall everything, but I still get the following:

CODE
filesystem size Used Available Use% Mounted On
/dev/root 53.0 53.0M 0 100% /
none 12.0M 20.0k 12.0M 0% /dev
/dev/mtdblock3 68.0M 3.8M 64.2M 6% /home
/dev/mtdblock3 68.0M 3.8M 64.2M 6% /mnt/user


From what I understand, /dev/root should change from size of 53 Mb to 121 mb.

Anybody have any ideas?

VirtusRex
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Nevermind, figured it out. For some reason, setting the Fix boot loader 68mb solved the problem.
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post Mar 13 2007, 02:26 PM
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That fixes for roots >= x MB, so you do need to use it before resizing.
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