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cifs.ko for cifsmanager

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    cifs.ko for cifsmanager

    In case someone needs it, here's Droid 3 cifs.ko - xda-developers compatible cifs.ko for xoom2 me 3.2.2

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    Hi,
    Can you list the commands use to make this work ?
    I've already tried with another cifs.ko, copied successfully but "remount" and "insmod" operations are not permitted.

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    Do you have BusyBox installed?

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    Yes, I've used it to copy the file into /system/lib/modules/

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    Quote Originally Posted by zycker View Post
    Hi,
    Can you list the commands use to make this work ?
    I've already tried with another cifs.ko, copied successfully but "remount" and "insmod" operations are not permitted.
    I should have read this better. adb remount does not work with the Xyboard/Xoom 2 because the init.rc automatically returns your local.prop's adb value to 0, meaning even if you replace the local.prop file, adb remount will work after the initial reboot but will not work if you reboot again. You would need to manually remount using the following commands:

    adb shell
    su
    mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system


    I would recommend pushing the .ko file to /sdcard/ so that from an adb shell you can copy it to /system/lib/modules/ (I think that's the right folder), since you can't easily push it since you can't adb remount (which also means you can't insmod without being in a shell). Then you run your insmod command from an elevated adb shell and you should be in business...


    Course, I haven't tried this specific one but I have done other modules like this.


 

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