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    See http://www.linkedin.com/in/deankgibson/
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    Retired embedded software developer
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68 Please do not quote this message. When information in this message changes, I can change this message, but not the quoted copies. As many of you know, the newer Nook Colors come with a partitioning that allows 5GB of space (/data -- ext3 partiti...
31 Please notice that this is a minimal rooting procedure of the 1GB RAM / 16GB internal storage version only. It is not an end-user "kitchen sink" procedure, nor does it block future OTA updates from B&N. This procedure provides rooting. In addit...
8 ... I am looking at automating the process by creating an "install.zip" that can be activated via ClockworkRecovery. ... I'm looking at creating an "install.zip" that uses the known tools in busybox v1.17.2. That shouldn't be hard, but I need to...
5 ... Is there any solution on the horizon that would allow B&N updates (such as 1.4.1 and potential future 1.4.x) without needing to take the NT back to 1.4.0 and re-root every time? Yes. It is my opinion (and the opinion of others) that B&N, d...
5 Well like I said, no rush. I was simply asking how far you guys are, really no need for the attitude This is a development thread. It is not a "where are the developers?" thread. But to answer your question, the solution is either: Six mon...