How to make a low level (file system unaware) cloning of a SD card inserted in an HP Photosmart printer, which is accessible via a local network ?
(192.168.1.58 is my printer IP) In Firefox or Ubuntu's Nautilus file explorer, above adress lists a "MEMORY_CARD" storage. However, I cannot access it (probably because the card is corrupted).
Trying to mount it:
mount -t cifs //192.168.1.58/MEMORY_CARD /mnt/photosmart/ -o username=guest,password=hp
returns: mount: Not a directory
I checked that both locations exists, i.e. "MEMORY_CARD" as well as "/mnt/photosmart/".
Instead of mounting the storage, I want to image it with dd, ddrescue or equivalent, in order to perform data recovery afterwards.
But how to pass the network attached storage as parameter to the "dd" command ?
I heard about netcat and ssh but could not figure out how to use them in such case. Thanks.