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radshell 0.6 bug –
I found a potential bug in radshell 0.6:
if you use copyfile, it always seems to think the file already exists (or I am using the command wrong).
I have a file on memory card 0 (mc0) in the BOOT folder called CB_launch.elf. If I go to copy this file to ESR.elf I would execute the command:
copyfile CB_launch.elf ESR.elf
BUT it tells me the file already exists even though it does not exist.
I simply removed that check and recompiled the source and am going to test if that resolved my copyfile issue.
NOTE: if this works, and people want me to post the zip, let me know. BUT this version will NOT prompt you if you go to overwrite a file (makes it nicer for scripting, but bad if you make a typo).
Edit: my modifications do not work. It won't even boot up. Odd since I didn't change anything drastic... nothing that should make it break like this ... guess I'll keep poking...
Edit2: My modifications did work... technically. It was a bug moving it from my development VM to my live system. Apparently when sending stuff over FTP using the ftp command in ubuntu, you need to set it to binary transactions and passive mode. My bad. If anybody wants a copy, PM me.
Last edited by gh0ce; 09-20-2010 at 11:27 AM.
Has anybody this modified version from this user??
Or can anybody recompile it again for me, so the "file exist check" donīt come up anymore??
Cause i saw this user was loooong time not logged in, so i donīt need to PM him.....