It's for the original Archos Kernel 2.6.29-omap1
ntfs 213028 0 - Live 0xbf276000
unionfs 74364 1 - Live 0xbf211000
this means you have to
the writable places, maybe soft-reboot (i use LCDDensity, it's soft-rebooting) and all your're changes are magicly there :)
instead of using sd, you can just create /data/newroot and let the things go there
# df -h
/dev/block/mmcblk0p4 299.4M 205.1M 78.9M 72% /data
i don't see any new rom's soon, unless we get a new bootloader, Archos uses mmcblk0 (an SD-Card device) and not mtd, so i think we can forget all that fastboot, flash_unlock mtd stuff.
this is very annoying, maybe i'm wrong,
but it looks like they don't want us to reflash the device :(
unionfs usually need a own kernel, but the "ugly patches" make it run with the archos gen8 kernel
So i use temproot, gscript, LCDDensity after each reboot - and have all my settings back, apps like adsfree runs...