[Q] Hacking Hardware Stumped?
I'm trying to covert a thin-client RDP system into a standalone linux system. I'd like to run a lighthttp server on it and auto-boot it to chromium (on start up).
The device comes with a crappy RDP interface and has a method for installing software UPGRADES via FTP. --- Confirmed working.
Doing some research on the web I was able to find an update package for this device. ATTACHED AS TORRENT FILE.
Using CENTOS I've tried to extract the RAMDISK but Linux doesn't seem to know how to extract the file type. I've tried a ton of scripts from xda-devs none seem to work.
I've tried just changing the system dir to see if I can get that work but it seems that the new image doesn't take to the device. I did see that the scripts have checksum info in them but not sure how to repackage or change them to adjust for the new changes.
I do see the build.prop file with a ton of ANDROID stuff and the package is APK signed. Thus I'm thinking it's an ANDROID setup. Also I see that the device is using busybox.
Any help or ideas how to get this doing what I need it?