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Re: Unable to get Unslung to existing external flash drive

If I recall correctly, yes you should be able to. I remember having to do it some time ago when I was in a similar situation. Just make sure it's in "fixing"
Anthony Takata
Feb 18
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9130

Re: Unable to get Unslung to existing external flash drive

And I should be able to run fsck from a telnet session (running off the Unslung firmware)? Sorry for the obvious question... it's been a long time since I
M.J. Johnson
Feb 18
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9129

Re: Unable to get Unslung to existing external flash drive

I think fsck would call e2fsck after it detects the file system. Shouldn't make a difference. On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 10:03 PM, 'M.J. Johnson'
Anthony Takata
Feb 17
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9128

Re: Unable to get Unslung to existing external flash drive

Thanks, will give that a go. Is there any real difference between e2fsck and fsck? This article seems to indicate not...
M.J. Johnson
Feb 17
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9127

Re: Unable to get Unslung to existing external flash drive

I'm going out on a limb, but could it be that it's not mounting because it needs to be checked? Look into doing an e2fsck on your drive, once there are no
Anthony Takata
Feb 17
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9126

Unable to get Unslung to existing external flash drive

Apologies for the cross-posting... not sure if either of these groups are particularly active any more. I've had an NSLU2 successfully Unslung for about 7
M.J. Johnson
Feb 17
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9125

Re: Those with bash installed, beware the bash env security bug

Thank you! :) I can update also. [SOLVED]
sanchopanzio
Sep 30, 2014
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9124

Re: Those with bash installed, beware the bash env security bug

... Sorry about that, I had been too quick. Basically it's just a matter of upping the patchlevel to 54, and copying all remaining patches (050 to 054) from
Romain Rivière
Sep 29, 2014
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9123

Re: Those with bash installed, beware the bash env security bug

When I have time I will take a look. I committed the update based on your feedback. Regards Ovidiu Saa On Sep 29, 2014 12:06 PM, "Romain Rivière
Ovidiu Sas
Sep 29, 2014
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9122

Re: Those with bash installed, beware the bash env security bug

... The problem is that the person who committed the "upgrade" forgot to copy patches to the sources/bash/bash-3.2-patches. I was wrong to assume that changing
Romain Rivière
Sep 29, 2014
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9121

Re: Status of this project?

Woops :/ Apologies about the last message, Bill. I hadn't realized you had replied off-list!
Romain Rivière
Sep 29, 2014
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9120

Re: Status of this project?

Hi there, ... Sadly it does not. In fact, it only supports _two_ target platforms, compared to the 50+ in Optware. I think it might actually be easier to
Romain Rivière
Sep 29, 2014
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9119

Re: Those with bash installed, beware the bash env security bug

Oh, I see that the images aren't loaded up. :( Current bash version: bash -version GNU bash, version 3.2.49(1)-release (arm-none-linux-gnueabi) Copyright (C)
sanchopanzio
Sep 28, 2014
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9118

Status of this project?

Hi crowd, I've been using free software for quite a while, and I understand how time-consuming maintaining a project can be. Therefore, there is no bitterness
Romain Rivière
Sep 28, 2014
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9117

Re: Those with bash installed, beware the bash env security bug

I updated the bash to 3.2.52-1, but it couldn't do it. The date of file is updated, the install process is ready, but the bash --help show the 3..2.49(1) only.
sanchopanzio
Sep 26, 2014
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