dockstarapp wrote:Thanks your prompt reply.
Do you mean that if I enable the pogoplug again, It will automatically updated the firmware and I cannot boot the Arch Linux ARM install linux again throught USB ?
There is no guarantee that Pogoplug won't attempt to update the firmware. The problem is whether any putative update process will be compatible with the modified Dockstar when it is expecting to find an unmodified Dockstar.
The worst case scenario is that the update will fail in a way that leaves the Dockstar bricked.
This is all highly speculative. The last "firmware" update that I witnessed being carried out just made some minor changes to the contents of the JFFS2 root filesystem on /dev/mtdblock2, which doesn't affect booting at all. Past performance is no guarantee.
do you also mean that if I really want to unable the pogoplug service again, I just loggin the Arch Linux ARM install linux, and search the cmd you stated and changed it ?
You need to mount the JFFS2 Pogoplug root filesystem on /dev/mtdblock2. The /etc/init.d/rcS file is in this portion of the Pogoplug system:
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mkdir -p /tmp/pogoroot
mount -t jffs2 /dev/mtdblock2 /tmp/pogoroot
# make your changes and then CTRL-X...Y...[Enter]