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    Question System Partition in 2.0.2

    Hello there

    anyone knows how much is the System Partition in 2.0.2 after I use QuickPwn?

    as everybody knows the latest Pwnage and WinPwn have this option to determine how much is the system partition...

    now I'm on 2.0.2 and I used QuickPwn so how much is it?
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    You have a jailbroken phone, right? Just go into Terminal (or use a terminal from your computer over SSH, like PuTTY) and type df to see how large the partitions are.

    Then let us know the answer please...
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    df -H will give you a easier to read format
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtube View Post
    df -H will give you a easier to read format
    Yes, as long as you are aware that this renders the disk sizes in "hardware vendors' definition" terms: from df -H, instead of 300MB my root partition size is 315MB, since an MB is defined here as 1,000,000 bytes. In normal terms the partition is still 300MB=300x1024x1024B=314,572,800B. So to get back to standard MB's you still need to make a calculation.

    (A 'normal' MB, or 1,048,576 B, is sometimes called a "Mebibyte" (MiB), but if ever a re-definition didn't catch on it was this one).
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    Hi,

    Here are the results of df -H on my 2G iPhone Quickpwned 2.02:

    /dev/disk0s1

    Size 525M; Used 453M; Avail 67M; Use% 88%; Mounted on /

    devfs

    Size 26k; Used 26k; Avail 0; Use% 100%; Mounted on /dev

    /dev/disk0s2

    Size 7.6G; Used 548M; Avail 7.1G; Use% 8%; Mounted on /private/var


    The results above were found before using Bosstool, here under after use of Bosstool:

    /dev/disk0s1

    Size 525M; Used 338M; Avail 182M; Use% 66%; Mounted on /

    devfs

    Size 26k; Used 26k; Avail 0; Use% 100%; Mounted on /dev

    /dev/disk0s2

    Size 7.6G; Used 664M; Avail 7.0G; Use% 9%; Mounted on /private/var


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    So it is 500 MB. This is then the default size of the system partition in 2.0.
    Quote Originally Posted by peloche View Post
    Hi,

    Here are the results of df -H on my 2G iPhone Quickpwned 2.02:

    /dev/disk0s1

    Size 525M; Used 453M; Avail 67M; Use% 88%; Mounted on /

    devfs

    Size 26k; Used 26k; Avail 0; Use% 100%; Mounted on /dev

    /dev/disk0s2

    Size 7.6G; Used 548M; Avail 7.1G; Use% 8%; Mounted on /private/var


    The results above were found before using Bosstool, here under after use of Bosstool:

    /dev/disk0s1

    Size 525M; Used 338M; Avail 182M; Use% 66%; Mounted on /

    devfs

    Size 26k; Used 26k; Avail 0; Use% 100%; Mounted on /dev

    /dev/disk0s2

    Size 7.6G; Used 664M; Avail 7.0G; Use% 9%; Mounted on /private/var


    Bosstool moved Fonts only since it found Ringtones and Apps already moved (QuickPwn ?)

    Peloche

    I couldn't attach a zip file it failed...
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    First of all sorry to be late to respond to u guyz...I got busy on a sudden thing

    so after using QuickPwn the system partiton is 500 MB as 2.0 default...

    Thanx alot!
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