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is it possible to mount say a ntfs (windows) from your computer through say the serial connection?

this is what i get with lsblk through serial console


nanda  93:0    0   16M  0 disk
nandb  93:8    0   16M  0 disk
nandc  93:16   0   16M  0 disk
nandd  93:24   0  3.3G  0 disk /
nande  93:32   0   32M  0 disk
nandf  93:40   0    2G  0 disk
nandg  93:48   0  480M  0 disk
nandh  93:56   0  1.3G  0 disk
nandi  93:64   0  276M  0 disk

or maybe a way to directly boot into the linux distro at startup without putting another distro on the storage..?

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Yeah, this isn't the device for that. It's not possible to boot a machine and use the Bunny's cpu or use the bunnys os and the comps cpu. It also cannot mount the host disk directly.


Edit: You could, however, setup a windows share on the C: drive and cifs mount that! I bet duckyscript can whip up a good series of CMD/Powershell commands to help you.

Edited by theonewhoknocks

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Easy2Boot might be interesting on this device though....I'll have to check if the storage in arming mode is available at boot time, that would be awesome to be able to use it as a boot device as well.

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