Posts by casco2771

    Please stop posting that has nothing to do with your question! I'm not going to try it now because of you, it worked back then, so why should there be a problem right now? Besides, this discussion does not belong here, but in the Dream-Elite forum.

    Ok sorry about that and thank you for your advise me, we are new to learn E2 Linux boxes so not all that we know

    Thanks again

    Let me show the log file
    Please attach here the log file

    Makaveli

    This is the log file


    sdcard /

    sdcard / cache.img

    sdcard / odm.img

    sdcard / env.txt

    sdcard / autoexec.img

    sdcard / FW_SETENV

    sdcard / boot.img

    sdcard / system.img

    sdcard / fw_printenv

    sdcard / dt.img

    sdcard / product.img

    sdcard / fw_env.config

    sdcard / prepare.sh

    sdcard / vendor.img

    sdcard / autoexec.txt


    Dreambox Android prepare script


    Running from: / data / sdcard


    Umounting device if needed


    Done


    Partitioning / dev / mmcblk1 device


    Checking that no-one is using this disk right now ... OK


    Disk / dev / mmcblk1: 29.9 GiB, 32111591424 bytes, 62717952 sectors

    Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes

    Sector size (logical / physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

    I / O size (minimum / optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

    Disklabel type: gpt

    Disk identifier: 76257FC0-F593-4B67-8F84-4BB95B25FDDD


    Old situation:


    Device Start End Sectors Size Type

    / dev / mmcblk1p1 2048 62715903 62713856 29.9G Linux filesystem


    >>> Created a new GPT disklabel (GUID: 03E3E961-4B09-4650-90F5-68A44F8AD3E7).

    / dev / mmcblk1p1: Leaving.



    sdcard /

    sdcard / cache.img

    sdcard / odm.img

    sdcard / env.txt

    sdcard / autoexec.img

    sdcard / FW_SETENV

    sdcard / boot.img

    sdcard / system.img

    sdcard / fw_printenv

    sdcard / dt.img

    sdcard / product.img

    sdcard / fw_env.config

    sdcard / prepare.sh

    sdcard / vendor.img

    sdcard / autoexec.txt


    Dreambox Android prepare script

    Running from: / data / sdcard


    Umounting device if needed