Mytouch can't write to system even in recovery


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  1. operat0r

    operat0r Member This Topic's Starter

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    UPDATE: did some PATH hackery ... this is not a fix tho ....

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    3. mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /
    4. rm -Rf /nmap
    5. mkdir /nmap
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    7. echo 'export PATH=$PATH:/nmap' > path
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    9. cd /nmap
    10. wget http://rmccurdy.com/stuff/G1/BINS/NMAP/NMAP.zip
    11. unzip NMAP.zip
    12. chmod 777 /nmap/*
    13. export PATH=$PATH:/nmap
    14. echo run /nmap/path before you start nmap
    15. nmap -vvv 127.0.0.1
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    rmccurdy.com/nmap.sh (tested on CM6 / mytouch slide )


    in normal mode ..
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    1. bash
    2. localhost / # mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /system
    3. mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /system
    4. localhost / # cd /system
    5. cd /system
    6. localhost system # for i in `ls` ;do mkdir $i\\nmap ;done
    7. for i in `ls` ;do mkdir $i\\nmap ;done
    8. mkdir: can't create directory 'app\nmap': Out of memory
    9. mkdir: can't create directory 'bin\nmap': Out of memory
    10. mkdir: can't create directory 'build.prop\nmap': Out of memory
    11. mkdir: can't create directory 'etc\nmap': Out of memory
    12. mkdir: can't create directory 'fonts\nmap': Out of memory
    13. mkdir: can't create directory 'framework\nmap': Out of memory
    14. mkdir: can't create directory 'lib\nmap': Out of memory
    15. mkdir: can't create directory 'lost+found\nmap': Out of memory
    16. mkdir: can't create directory 'media\nmap': Out of memory
    17. mkdir: can't create directory 'usr\nmap': Out of memory
    18. mkdir: can't create directory 'xbin\nmap': Out of memory
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    in "Android system recovery (2e)" :
    ( note: /system is also a vfs I think .. I adb push to it and reboot and the file is gone ... )
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    3. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\nmap>adb shell
    4. - exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: No such file or directory (2) -
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    6. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\nmap>
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  2. Iliketrains

    Iliketrains Well-Known Member

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    If your phone does not have root, you cannot write to the system. The file would disapper because of the NAND protection I would bet, unless you already have root. But this is still very impressive: what is this for exactly? A mod? It looks interesting.
     
  3. operat0r

    operat0r Member This Topic's Starter

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    its fully unlocked and overclocked CM6 reference "http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=701589&page=4" you can't write to /system I want to be able to write to system ....

    uname -a
    Linux localhost 2.6.29.6-cyanogenmod #1 PREEMPT Fri Sep 17 16:05:39 PDT 2010 arm
    v6l GNU/Linux
    #

    I am the first person on the internet that I can find that was able to compile nmap for android http://wjholden.com/nmap/ took the idea and ran with it :)
     

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