I understood you, the second time anyway. What I said still holds. Just treat it as a regular file, burn it to CD.spatel783 said:actually i dont think you understand what im trying to say now. LOL.
What im trying to do is install the image i downloaded onto the hdd I intend to use in my tivo. Since my original tivo drive blew up (not literally lol) I cant put the tivo drive into my pc. So what I will do is, instead of hooking up the tivo drive and the drive i intend to put in my tivo, to the pc, I will connect the new drive and just use the bak file off a cd.
I dont know If im saying this right! But I didnt know if there was a special way to burn the bak file so I could access it using mfstools.
mount /dev/cdrom /mnt/d
ls -alR /mnt/d
ls -al /mnt/d