Zak Spede <email@example.com> wrote in article
Unfortunately i’ve no control over what size hard disks are used - it’s
generally whatever is in stock. Plus it needs to be as simple as poss.
Do you mean GUI and “just a click” technology? If yes, then ‘dd’ is very
that some of the less techy peeps can be trained to use it easily…
Usually you’d better to write shell script and put all commands there, so
those people will have to type something simple like ‘a’ and press .
“ESL” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
If you intend to use the same hard disks (the size, geometry), look at
command. For example,
dd if=/dev/hd0 of=/dev/hd1
Zak Spede <> email@example.com> > wrote in article
ardi1q$7g8$> firstname.lastname@example.org> >…
I’ve got a system where we use dinit & co. to partition a hard disk,
an image file system and then copy over some of our files i.e. take a
HDD and install QNX onto it for use in a system. My question is, once
created the hard disk, what is the best way of capturing an image of
HDD and blatting it onto other blank HDDs? I’m not sure if you can
like Norton Ghost/Partition Magic since they don’t recognize QNX
Has anyone got any experience of doing this? Or am I approaching the
from the wrong direction?