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Originally Posted by MINKIN2 View Post
For the N900 this is akin to deleting the system32 directory on the PC. I too would like to see the post that recommends doing this step.
Not quite. More like deleting 'Program Files' (vide this as last step of clearing opt/rootfs from MAG linked to by reinob).
 
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Originally Posted by szopin View Post
Not quite. More like deleting 'Program Files' (vide this as last step of clearing opt/rootfs from MAG linked to by reinob).
to a generic GNU / Linux user, /opt is just... well, just OPTional
nothing the system couldn't run without.
also very odd that /home/opt is mounted on /opt, but that /home/opt doesn't map to a /dev
guess a seasoned Linux user would know better then do any rm -rf but still... Maemo's fs is anything but conform to a Linux fs.
then again, given the hardware constraints, it's probably the closest one might get
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#33
Originally Posted by cddiede View Post
Great!!!! Now that you've fixed it you only have one more thing to do:


Sell it to someone who knows not to delete an entire partition.

They make plenty of iPhones or Android phones out there for people like you.
Wow. Why all this anger?

Yes I'm a noob, and I came here because I really like my N900 and I simply want to bring back before the mess, and thanks to many users in this forum I've done something impossible to me just 1 day ago, learning.

I'm really sorry that this have offended you.

Anyway, I would like to thank again who helped me bring my N900 back

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You are welcome, just ignore that mad person...
 

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