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Offline heavyt

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Dlink
« on: September 29, 2011, 02:14:34 AM »
Hi all  :)
I have extracted a dlink image without any errors,

FW_SIZE='7238450'
HEADER_TYPE=''
HEADER_SIZE=''
HEADER_IMAGE_SIZE='256'
HEADER_IMAGE_OFFSET='0'
FOOTER_SIZE='160'
FOOTER_OFFSET='7238290'
FS_TYPE='squashfs'
FS_OFFSET='256'
ENDIANESS='-be'
MKFS="./src/squashfs-2.1-r2/mksquashfs"


DECIMAL      HEX          DESCRIPTION
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256          0x100        Squashfs filesystem, big endian, version 2.0, size: 6567884 bytes, 1167 inodes, blocksize: 65536 bytes, created: Mon May  9 06:49:15 2011

I get 3 folders, the folder with rootfs has all the files and folders, but when I look at all the files they are zero bites, and nothing written in them.
The image parts folder, has 3 files and the rootfs image file is 6.9mb, but the rootfs folder has about 1600 files and folders and only 315kb in total size, so i am wondering if it is getting extracted properly or am i missing a step?

thanks for any help guys!!!

does this mean the image is not supported even though I get a successful extraction?
dam all these math questions on the verification lol.




Offline Jeremy Collake

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Re: Dlink
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2011, 09:35:18 AM »
Please post in the Firmware Mod Kit Google Code Project, as an Issue... you're more likely to get assistance. I can't say for certain here what the issue may be.
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