SD boot, mounting phone

Rodney Myers rdmyers at
Mon Dec 8 16:15:05 CET 2008

On Dec 8, 2008, at 2:29 AM, Andy Green wrote:

> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> | This is not listed in the wiki.
> |
> | I can successfully boot from the SD card, using Hackable:1 (thanks
> | folkes), and ssh into the SD card (thanks Arne, clare, Christopher &
> Joel).
> |
> | Now that all of this can happen, how do I mount the phone, so I  
> can edit
> | the phone back to default?
> What do you mean by "mount the phone"?  Which filesystem are you
> thinking about mounting and editing?  If it is one on the SD card,  
> then
> the best thing to do is pop the SD Card out and meddle with it on a PC
> via a card reader.
> - -Andy

I'm booting from the SD card, attempting to unscrew the phone. If I  
can "mount" the phone, I can un-edit the "/etc/network/interfaces"  
file so I can ssh back into the phone, not the SD card.

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