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Hi,

I am following the guide "How-to: Enable Usb Mass Storage With Swap Partition" posted by Darren.

However, when i try to click "update fstab" I get the error message:

Warning: fopen(/etc/config/fstab) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: No space left on device in /pineapple/pages/usb.php on line 6

Could not open file!
Pineapple Bar isn't responding, When i try to remove modules it doesn't work.
I re-partitioned the usb but still didn't work.
Would i have to reinstall Mk4 firmware v2.7.0? If this is the case could some please link me a guide to Rest the pineapple then install the firmware?
Regards,
infektiv
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Firmwares can be found here: http://cloud.wifipineapple.com/index.php?downloads

Just download the 2.7.0 version, go to your pineapple's upgrade section, enter proper md5 and upload file, then flash.

As for the out of space errors, sounds like you installed too many infusions to the internal memory.

Thanks for the instructions. I was just wondering is v2.7.3 okay? I have that installed or should i down grade it back to version 2.7.0?

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Thanks for the instructions. I was just wondering is v2.7.3 okay? I have that installed or should i down grade it back to version 2.7.0?

Stay on 2.7.3 - that can now fix your issue too if you got to the advanced menu and select Factory Reset.

It WILL wipe your device / reset it, but it will solve your issues. I would back up anything you need first.

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Stay on 2.7.3 - that can now fix your issue too if you got to the advanced menu and select Factory Reset.

It WILL wipe your device / reset it, but it will solve your issues. I would back up anything you need first.

That is true, v2.7.3 is much better! I loaded/downloaded all the modules with no problem :)

thanks for help!

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