bit per bit copy! ext3
darkonc at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 16:21:03 UTC 2008
I think, however, that you should actually copy /dev/sda1, to /dev/sdba1 not
/dev/sda. to /dev/sdb
If you copy /dev/sda1, you will also copy the partition table. If your
flash drives are different sizes you might end up with problems.
another solution would be, especially if you are making an intermediate copy
on your hard drive, to use partimage. Partimage will only copy the sectors
on the partition that are actually in use.. thus saving both disk space and
time for the copy process.
On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 5:55 AM, Justin Piszcz <jpiszcz at lucidpixels.com>wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Dec 2008, milos rovcanin wrote:
> I have a flash memory stick that is formated with ext3 file system. NOw,
>> there is an application on it that I would like to copy to another memory
>> stick. I can copy it, but when I do so, that application does not work
>> properly (it won't start - boot problem???). Is there a tool that can
>> an entire content from one flash stick to another? Thanks!!!
> use dd
> dd if=/dev/sda of=/dev/sdb
> # original flash
> dd if=/dev/sda of=flash_disk.img
> # with second flash flugged in
> dd if=flash_disk.img of=/dev/sda
> They must/should be the same sizes though.
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Stephen Samuel http://www.bcgreen.com
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