Need help ASAP! My winxp installation got wiped by a virus in a old pc and I only have a linux pc to fix it.
Any way to extract .PQI factory image that I had stored for quite some time?
Hello! I am not wanting to restore my device atm, but I wanted to extract the image etc in case I need it in the future.
But for the recovery.img and system.img it says it was last editted 31-12-2008. How is that possible and can I flash it however it says 31-12-2008?
And for the rest, is everything right for flashing the image to my device?
Ok, so I'm not new to Linux, but by no means am I a guru, and its time for me to upgrade my Linux Kernel to 3.5.4 (I need new drivers only compatible with the newest kernel image), and I would like to do so manually.
What I mean is that I would like to download the official .tar.bz2 image from here, then extract the image, but after that how do I actually install the kernel image?
I would like to extract images from a video "Exp01.avi", the video is 25 minute long. I want the images to be extracted from the video after every 1 minute interval. Please someone tell me how to do that.
I have tried these commands, but did not help:
I have just created an image of an sd card using dd and the image is compressing down less than expected. I suspect this is because the card had not been zeroed out before I started to make the image. Is there a way to clear out "junk" stored on an image without having to start from scratch?
Hi thereUntil yesterday I had both crunchbang and winxp installed on my desktop computer. Today I reinstalled winxp and then proceeded to install CrunchBang from a Live CD (R20111125 image). After selecting Live Session and hit ENTER nothing happened.