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    Default [PwnageTool 2.0][Solved] Fail at Detaching Restore RamDisk

    So I've tried several times to use the pwnage tool 2.0 to create a custom firmware and I always get a fail at this point of the process:

    2008-07-21 09:16:51 - Detaching restore ramdisk from '/Volumes/ramdisk'.
    2008-07-21 09:16:54 - FAIL

    Anyway to fix this?

    Another issue I'm having is the software does not automatically detect my ipsw file even though I have it in the same folder. It's not really a problem since I can browse in expert mode... but could this be part of the reason for a fail?

    Thanks!



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    Did you update to PwnageTool 2.0.1 ?

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    Yes, I am running 2.0.1

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    Restart your Mac just start PwnageTool.

    Looks like your Ramdisk image got locked by another app once mounted.

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    Yeah I tried restarting and still get stuck at the same spot. Is there a way to check which application might be causing the problem? I'm running the pwnage tool without anything else running directly from startup.


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    Norton ANtivirus seems to be putting a lock on the mounted ramdisk. Disable Mount Scan and it should work.

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    I'm not using nortan antivirus and I can't imagine any other software that I'm running that would block that. Worse comes to worse I could try logging in as root?

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    Are you running PnwageTool from an user account that has no admin right ?

    Tried to boot with Shift pressed until you reach the login windows ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    Are you running PnwageTool from an user account that has no admin right ?

    Tried to boot with Shift pressed until you reach the login windows ?
    Nope, I'm running with full admin rights and wasn't holding shift...

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    Okay, so now I'm able to get further (pwnage builds the package and it gets past the point where im prompted for my admin password), but I get a fail at:

    2008-07-21 14:11:06 - Detaching root filesystem from '/Volumes/BigBear5A347.M68OS'.
    2008-07-21 14:11:06 - FAIL


 

 
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