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[gNewSense-users] accidental loss of fstab settings through attempted li

From: Adrian van Egmond
Subject: [gNewSense-users] accidental loss of fstab settings through attempted live usb install
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2010 12:22:07 -0700

I have been trying to install Sugar liveusb onto a usb using gnewsense
(goal: without the help of windows)
ADATA usb was formated with one partition ext2 from vfat (4gb) using gpart
when going to install ISO onto usb
Blueberry package PASS but then no success with syslinux with running script
couldnt figure out how to start syslinux but the noticed i no permissions to write on usb
so worked on that, couldnt find root command to give write permissions
the accidently wiped-out my fstab using chmod 666 command on /dev and /media.

my goal was to install a Sugar onto usb using gsense
my new one is to take measures to restore fstab settings
without re-installation or switching to debian 6

advice for a newbie is most appreciated



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