For the loop file, this might work (haven't tested yet) if you have access to Linux apart from your PS2 and enough disk space (I use vmware and a virtual machine Ubuntu image):Quote:
this is a little off-topic ... anyway
my loop file is full how i can expand it to a bigger size?
EDIT:Just got a segmentation fault when runing apt-cache search
First I will show you how it was created:
To build a ps2linux_loop file on PS2:
1) dd if=/dev/zero of=/root/ps2linux_loop bs=1024 count=1048576
2) mke2fs -F -m 0 -b 1024 /root/ps2linux_loop
3) tune2fs -j /root/ps2linux_loop <-- this makes ext3, important since running this over network and chances of corruption increase
Second (I THINK) how to increase the size by 1GB:
dd if=/dev/zero bs=1024 count=1048576 >> /root/ps2linux_loop
e2fsck -f /root/ps2linux_loop
It is REALLY important that you have TWO ">" as in ">>" otherwise say goodbye to your ps2linux_loop and you will overwrite it!
My apt-cache search works. Hmm. Is the line in sources.list exactly like this?:
deb ftp://patriciawindt.dyndns.org/blackrhino stable main non-free contrib