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Re: ncdu "b" option to spawn a shell

Sounds awesome, but I don't know who's maintaining the repo anymore... On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 2:07 AM, James Patterson jamespatterson@...
Anthony Takata
Sep 21, 2015
#9133
 
9132

ncdu "b" option to spawn a shell

Newer versions of ncdu have a nice option to spawn a shell to investigate disk usage outside of ncdu. Would there be a chance that ncdu in ipkg could be
James Patterson
Sep 21, 2015
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9131

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, 2015
#9131
 
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, 2015
#9130
 
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, 2015
#9129
 
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, 2015
#9128
 
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, 2015
#9127
 
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, 2015
#9126
 
9125

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

Thank you! :) I can update also. [SOLVED]
sanchopanzio
Sep 30, 2014
#9125
 
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
#9124
 
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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
#9123
 
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
#9122
 
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
#9121
 
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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
#9120
 
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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
#9119
 
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