OK... i'm trying to flash my audrey from a 98 machine... i've got an image and have used MKCF to pad it to the proper size. gem exporer sees my flash reader as a SCSI ctl and acts like it's writing the image, but when i try to flash audrey, she sees the image that i originally put on the CF from "cat >"-ing from my other audrey. it looks like gemex isn't doing anything.
should i see anything in the right window of gemex when i click on the cf card on the left?
is it possible to create a CF by mounting a drive on my 98 machine and cat-ing the file across the share to audrey's CF slot? how would i do that?
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Yes, it is possible and much easier than messing around with gemulator and mkcf, etc.
You should search some of the posts for details, but basically you do the following:
1) Gain root shell access on audrey
2) Download and then ftp fs-cifs to your audrey (or is it standard? I don't remember anymore)
3) Mount your shared volume using fs-cifs
4) Run "devb-cf" on audrey
5) Plug in your cf card. (you should see a message) Press enter to get the prompt back.
6) Enter the command: "cat /[your mount point]/[your image name] > /dev/cf"
7) Wait until the prompt comes back.
8) Eject your cf card.
By the way, use the original image, not the padded one.
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