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    Extracting file.bin?

    Hi all...
    I want to ask there is way to extract any file.bin as i have it "rootfs.bin" this file for vu+ receiver (linux) ?
    It is deferent about file.nfi ..
    So any chance to extract it?

    Thank you advance

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    Re: Extracting file.bin?

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    Re: Extracting file.bin?

    File extensions mostly don't have the same meanings on Linux/Unix as they do on Windows - so unless we know exactly what this "rootfs.bin" file is or where you got it, it's hard to advise you

    Take a step back and tell us exactly what you are trying to do

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    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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    Re: Extracting file.bin?

    It's a bit annoying to mount bin files, because you'll have to convert it to iso first.

    Code:
    # apt-get install bchunk
    $ bchunk image.bin image.iso
    $ mount -o loop -t iso9660 image.iso ~/dir/image
    When that's done, all you need to do is cd into ~/dir/image (replace ~/dir/image with whatever directory you want).

    Code:
    $ cd ~/dir/image
    $ ls -al

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    Re: Extracting file.bin?

    Quote Originally Posted by gnush View Post
    It's a bit annoying to mount bin files, because you'll have to convert it to iso first.

    Code:
    # apt-get install bchunk
    $ bchunk image.bin image.iso
    $ mount -o loop -t iso9660 image.iso ~/dir/image
    When that's done, all you need to do is cd into ~/dir/image (replace ~/dir/image with whatever directory you want).

    Code:
    $ cd ~/dir/image
    $ ls -al
    Thank you..and sorry for being late
    I will try it and give you my result

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