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Feb
22
asked How can I mount a sdcard and view it in /dev of a virtualbox guest
Feb
22
comment How can I use Oracle's virtualbox listpartitions command on Windows 7
@gronostaj - Just tried it, same error. I ran the command on -rawdisk E: which came back as VERR_PATH_NOT_FOUND meaning it was succesfully unmounted, then I ran the command with -rawdisk \\.\PhysicalDrive1 again and it was the COM server not running as above
Feb
22
comment How can I use Oracle's virtualbox listpartitions command on Windows 7
@heavyd - Yeah, I've been using the GUI and a number of it's mapping fetchers with no issues for months now, I just decided that I wanted to use the command line tool to check the partitions and once I ran that as Admin I started seeing this error. The GUI still works.
Feb
22
comment How can I use Oracle's virtualbox listpartitions command on Windows 7
@gronostaj - Yes, opening the command prompt as an admin fixed the other window opening issue, but that was really just a side effect. The overall problem of the command not working remains.
Feb
22
revised How can I use Oracle's virtualbox listpartitions command on Windows 7
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Feb
22
asked How can I use Oracle's virtualbox listpartitions command on Windows 7
Jan
14
comment why can't I umount /home?
directly logged in as root. no FTP is running on the machine. Just issuing lsof prints a ton of crap, I suspect the problem is tied to the fact there are a number of logging mechanisms running (see my output of fuser in the question). But again... to kill them?
Jan
14
comment why can't I umount /home?
Yes, I am logged in as root, there is no one else on the system. If you can suggest how to use a "live distro" with Virtualbox I could give that a try.
Jan
14
comment why can't I umount /home?
Since it's running in a virtual box, the CD becomes problematic. You might also be able to do this if you log in as root. That way the /home partition is not needed. I am logged in as root, which it was my intent to avoid problem this way, I'm trying to figure out why that doesn't work.
Jan
14
asked why can't I umount /home?
Jan
9
comment What does the output of fdisk mean?
@terdon - FTL (Flash translation layer) the stuff that does the whare leveling and whatnot
Jan
9
asked What does the output of fdisk mean?
Jan
9
accepted What does a file system scan really do?
Jan
9
asked What does a file system scan really do?
Dec
13
asked Where can I get a Linux distro iso based on a 2.4 kernel?
Dec
13
accepted diff and patch tool
Dec
5
comment diff and patch tool
I think you're right, I was not aware of the -u option for diff, that does make the formatting the same. How would I update that line to avoid certain files? For example any *.o files that are in the directories.
Dec
5
asked diff and patch tool
Dec
4
accepted Calculating dual core performance (GF/s)
Dec
4
comment Calculating dual core performance (GF/s)
Gottcha, I was thinking that too, but I wasn't sure if that was oversimplifying it... considering extra IPC requirements between cores or shared resources or anything