Difference between revisions of "Didj Common Commands"

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== AppManager ==
 
== AppManager ==
  
''Shutdown or Start up AppManger''
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==== Stop Start Restart ====
  
 
  /etc/init.d/lightning (start | stop | restart)
 
  /etc/init.d/lightning (start | stop | restart)
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==== Permanently Prevent Starting ====
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First, make the root partition mountable.
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In the /etc/rc.d folder, remove these files, or back them up to a different folder.
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rm K50example
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rm S50example
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rm K51lightning
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rm S51lightning
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== USB ==
 
== USB ==
  
'''mass_storage'''
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==== USB File Storage ====
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The USB mass_storage driver on the stock Didj, requires a few commands be run after its been connected to a host PC, before it will mount like a normal USB drive.
  
''enable/disable''
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'' On Didj ''
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''' Mount on Host '''
  
 
  usbctl -d mass_storage -a enable
 
  usbctl -d mass_storage -a enable
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usbctl -d mass_storage -a unlock
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''' Mount on Didj '''
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  usbctl -d mass_storage -a disable
 
  usbctl -d mass_storage -a disable
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usbctl -d mass_storage -a lock
  
''unlock''
 
  
usbctl -d mass_storage -a unlock
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''' Normal Mount Command '''
  
Use enable and unlock to make USB drive accessible from host computer.
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Mount the /Didj file system
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mount -t vfat -o async,noatime /dev/mtdblock9 /Didj
  
== Mounting Commands in Didj ==
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== Make Root Partition Writable ==
  
 
(note) NAND partitions can not be shared by USB host and device simultaneously.
 
(note) NAND partitions can not be shared by USB host and device simultaneously.
 
Developers should use the usbctl command judiciously to avoid corrupting NAND.
 
Developers should use the usbctl command judiciously to avoid corrupting NAND.
  
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'' On Didj ''
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mount -o remount, rw /
  
 
''Mount the Manufacturers partition''
 
''Mount the Manufacturers partition''
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''Remount the Manufactures partition as RW''
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== Make Manufacture's Partition Writable ==
  
 
  mount -o remount,rw /mfgdata
 
  mount -o remount,rw /mfgdata
 
 
''Remount the root fs as R''W
 
 
mount -o remount, rw /
 
 
-or-
 
 
mount /dev/root / -o remount,rw
 
 
Mount the /Didj file system
 
mount -t vfat -o async,noatime /dev/mtdblock9 /Didj
 
  
 
== Display Commands ==
 
== Display Commands ==

Revision as of 04:33, 15 July 2011

This is a collection of useful commands to have when accessing your Didj from the command prompt. Its meant as a quick reference guide, for more complex procedures look in the How To'ssection of the Didj Wiki main page.

AppManager

Stop Start Restart

/etc/init.d/lightning (start | stop | restart)

Permanently Prevent Starting

First, make the root partition mountable.

In the /etc/rc.d folder, remove these files, or back them up to a different folder.

rm K50example
rm S50example
rm K51lightning
rm S51lightning


USB

USB File Storage

The USB mass_storage driver on the stock Didj, requires a few commands be run after its been connected to a host PC, before it will mount like a normal USB drive.

On Didj

Mount on Host

usbctl -d mass_storage -a enable
usbctl -d mass_storage -a unlock

Mount on Didj

usbctl -d mass_storage -a disable
usbctl -d mass_storage -a lock


Normal Mount Command

Mount the /Didj file system

mount -t vfat -o async,noatime /dev/mtdblock9 /Didj


Make Root Partition Writable

(note) NAND partitions can not be shared by USB host and device simultaneously. Developers should use the usbctl command judiciously to avoid corrupting NAND.

On Didj

mount -o remount, rw /

Mount the Manufacturers partition

mount -t jffs2 $mfgdatamnt /mnt2/mfg


Make Manufacture's Partition Writable

mount -o remount,rw /mfgdata

Display Commands

Power off the screen

mlc-control /dev/mlc s enable off