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By A.S._id, Recognized Developer on 6th January 2014, 09:54 PM
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8th August 2015, 09:19 AM |#241  
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I'm so sorry but in Cygwin -t and loop options are nota avilable

Usage: mount [OPTION] [<win32path> <posixpath>]
mount -a
mount <posixpath>
Display information about mounted filesystems, or mount a filesystem
-a, --all mount all filesystems mentioned in fstab
-c, --change-cygdrive-prefix change the cygdrive path prefix to <posixpath>
-f, --force force mount, don't warn about missing mount
point directories
-h, --help output usage information and exit
-m, --mount-entries write fstab entries to replicate mount points
and cygdrive prefixes
-o, --options X[,X...] specify mount options
-p, --show-cygdrive-prefix show user and/or system cygdrive path prefix
-V, --version output version information and exit
Valid options are: acl,auto,binary,bind,cygexec,dos,exec,ihash,noacl, nosuid,notexec,nouser,override,posix=0,posix=1,spa rse,text,user
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8th August 2015, 10:18 AM |#242  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bovirus

I'm so sorry but in Cygwin -t and loop options are nota avilable

Usage: mount [OPTION] [<win32path> <posixpath>]
mount -a
mount <posixpath>
Display information about mounted filesystems, or mount a filesystem
-a, --all mount all filesystems mentioned in fstab
-c, --change-cygdrive-prefix change the cygdrive path prefix to <posixpath>
-f, --force force mount, don't warn about missing mount
point directories
-h, --help output usage information and exit
-m, --mount-entries write fstab entries to replicate mount points
and cygdrive prefixes
-o, --options X[,X...] specify mount options
-p, --show-cygdrive-prefix show user and/or system cygdrive path prefix
-V, --version output version information and exit
Valid options are: acl,auto,binary,bind,cygexec,dos,exec,ihash,noacl, nosuid,notexec,nouser,override,posix=0,posix=1,spa rse,text,user


Holy crap, you're right!!! It is soo long that i don't use cygwin that i forgot you are supposed to use a program called DiskInternals Linux Reader on windows to mount and extract img file..
Sorry if i gave you wrong info.. Anyway it is already included in dsixda's kitchen
12th August 2015, 07:22 AM |#243  
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Anyone can confirm or not: If I configure this tool with Android-5.1.1_r4 So if after that I want to unpack any img with older Android version, Do I need to reconfigure the tool with the older version again? Or No need as it is already is configured on the latest Android version (5.1.1)?
14th August 2015, 08:30 AM |#244  
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The tool built from latest Abdroid build can work akso with file of previous Abdroid vesion.
Tools are compatilble With sny previous version.
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15th August 2015, 06:07 PM |#245  
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The tool built from latest Abdroid build can work akso with file of previous Abdroid vesion.
Tools are compatilble With sny previous version.

So I can just configure the tool with the latest android-5.1.1_r4 and use it with all the older android version ( 5.0.2 - 5.0. - 4.4.4 ... 2.3.6 )... No need to configure it again !!!???
16th August 2015, 07:22 AM |#246  
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No. I explaned before.
New version is backward compatible.
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22nd August 2015, 11:00 AM |#247  
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still no one able to upload compiled android 5.1.1 files? - the dev is gone and didnt maintain this thread...
22nd August 2015, 11:45 AM |#248  
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Are you talking about compiled Linux programs?
In first post are available soirce files and instruction how to compile.
Why do you complain?
29th August 2015, 01:48 PM |#249  
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@A.S._id - On Ubuntu 15.04 I get the following when I try to build:

Code:
android_img_repack_tools$ make
Building libselinux...
removed ‘avc.o’
removed ‘avc_internal.o’
removed ‘avc_sidtab.o’
removed ‘booleans.o’
removed ‘callbacks.o’
removed ‘canonicalize_context.o’
removed ‘checkAccess.o’
removed ‘check_context.o’
removed ‘compute_av.o’
removed ‘compute_create.o’
removed ‘context.o’
removed ‘disable.o’
removed ‘enabled.o’
removed ‘fgetfilecon.o’
removed ‘freecon.o’
removed ‘fsetfilecon.o’
removed ‘get_initial_context.o’
removed ‘getenforce.o’
removed ‘getfilecon.o’
removed ‘getpeercon.o’
removed ‘init.o’
removed ‘label.o’
removed ‘label_android_property.o’
removed ‘label_file.o’
removed ‘lgetfilecon.o’
removed ‘load_policy.o’
removed ‘lsetfilecon.o’
removed ‘mapping.o’
removed ‘policyvers.o’
removed ‘procattr.o’
removed ‘setenforce.o’
removed ‘setfilecon.o’
removed ‘stringrep.o’
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Building zlib_host...
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Building libmincrypt_host...
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Building mkbootimg...
gcc: error: core/mkbootimg/mkbootimg.c: No such file or directory
Makefile:120: recipe for target 'mkbootimg' failed
make: *** [mkbootimg] Error 1
I have all the dependencies installed.
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