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MFS Tools 3.2

Discussion in 'TiVo Upgrade Center' started by jkozee, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. ThAbtO

    ThAbtO TiVoholic by the bay

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    There is no such ISO for WinMFS, its just an EXEcutable file for Windows.

    WinMFS 9.3f
     
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  2. alvincool

    alvincool New Member

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    Thanks so much!!!
     
  3. alvincool

    alvincool New Member

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    Well I guess I, for the first time ever, know how computer illiterate people feel. I know everything about windows but it really doesn’t translate to Linux. In my mind I pictured it differently.

    So I booted the MFSTools 3.2 disk
    Logged in with root and TiVo
    Ran lsblk so I can see that sda is my new 931.5GB WDRed and sdb is my original drive at 149.1GB

    At this point I am not sure what to do so I make sure the correct drive is copied, and copied correctly, in Linux
     
  4. ThAbtO

    ThAbtO TiVoholic by the bay

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    Read back in a few pages of this thread and you will see a few posts of the command lines.

    Your target would be /dev/sda
    Source /dev/sdb

    in those previous posts, it would be in the same style as [source] [target].
     
  5. alvincool

    alvincool New Member

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    Ok, got it copy is running. So Linux is all argument driven like DOS. Appreciate the insight
     
  6. jmbach

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    Consider using DvrBARS to backup the image. It is a windows based program.


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