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    [ubuntu] Re: Usb drive can not format (Read-only)

    Ok ...
    Thank you
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    [ubuntu] Re: Usb drive can not format (Read-only)

    @robert159
    Flash open just fine and i can copy from it any file but i can not write (Read-only)

    @sudodus
    Yes I have check other pc same issue ...
    With wipe method also nothing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Usb drive can not format (Read-only)

    @robert159
    Already tried that method without luck :(

    @slickymaster

    raed@fairbird:~$ sudo badblocks -n /dev/sdb1
    /dev/sdb1 is mounted; it's not safe to run badblocks!
    raed@fairbird:~$ umount...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Usb drive can not format (Read-only)

    @Nuno_Faria
    Of course I tried under root (sudo su) and restarted pc but nothing changed

    @slickymaster
    Yes I have tried Gparted but doesn't format it said (file system read-only)

    Thank you
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    [ubuntu] Usb drive can not format (Read-only)

    I have usb driver and i cannot format it ...
    I have tried more things more command but without succeed

    raed@fairbird:~$ sudo dosfsck -a /dev/sdb1
    dosfsck 3.0.12, 29 Oct 2011, FAT32, LFN
    There...
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    Re: Decompyle .pyo?

    I have small bin file with script and work fine on Ubuntu with files python 2.6...but the problem is can not decompyle some of python files 2.7 ....
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    Re: Decompile .pyo?

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    Is my question very hard ?
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    Decompyle .pyo?

    Hi all...

    Please any tutorial how to decompyle .pyo to .py for python 2.6 and 2.7 ?

    I need to decompyle some Drerambox python files .....

    P.s: I have Ubuntu 12.04 (3.2.0-61-generic-pae)
    ...
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    [other] enigma2 patching or hacking?

    Hi Guys....
    I'm very sorry if i'm in wrong section....

    Any body know how to patching enigma2 for dreambox? any tutorials?

    Thank you Advance...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remove Home folder by wrong..

    Thank you...
    No not really I have not made a backup never, and after i delete mt home user by mistake I was made restart and my ubuntu returned back as like new install with same my user home but...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How can open and edit enigma2 files?

    I heard some thing like crossenigma can be ? Do you have any idea about it ?
    Thank you ):P
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    [ubuntu] Remove Home folder by wrong..

    I was made this command on terminal:
    sudo rm -r /home/$uname
    and i lose every things on home folder also all settings ... Any way to make restore same as windows system "System restore"
    I using...
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    [ubuntu] How can open and edit enigma2 files?

    Is there a way to extract and edit enigma2 file binary to edit some lines and pack it again ?

    Thank you advance ... :D
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    So ...No advice .. :(
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    up....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    Any advice gnush ?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    up...:)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    Already i did it with out -t as before shown lines ..

    raed@fairbird:~$ sudo mount -o loop rootfs.iso01.iso ~/image
    mount: you must specify the filesystem type
    raed@fairbird:~$
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    Thank you again..


    raed@fairbird:~$ sudo mount -o loop rootfs.iso01.iso /home/raed/image
    mount: you must specify the filesystem type
    raed@fairbird:~$ sudo mount -o loop -t rootfs.iso01.iso...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    Thank you "gnush"
    I have got those lines...

    http://www10.0zz0.com/2013/01/04/20/625792790.gif
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    Thak you ..here is output

    root@fairbird:/home/raed# file rootfs.bin
    rootfs.bin: HIT archive data
    root@fairbird:/home/raed#
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    up...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    I got this lines ...what option should be put it with that command?
    By the way i'm using ubuntu 10.04
    Thank you advance :D

    http://www14.0zz0.com/2013/01/04/01/126855366.png
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    Thank you..and sorry for being late
    I will try it and give you my result ):P
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extracting file.bin?

    As i mentioned this file build on Linux environment...this file for vu+ receiver as like dreambox both boxes work with linux image, It is linux extension not win.
    Thank you
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