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Can not change permissions of files/directories in a chrooted filesystem

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bits to chroot into a just extracted to my harddrive (with unsquashfs) Squash File System from a Kali Linux v1.0.5 32 bits pendrive for customizations: luis@Fujur:$ ...
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How can I chroot into a live filesystem.squashfs Linux distribution?

I would like to chroot into a Live USB Linux distro, if such thing is possible. I don't know if there is a generic method, so I will detail my specific test. I am testing Kali Linux v1.0.5 Live USB ...
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unetbootin: cannot mount squashfs on loop device

Im having a bit of fun with unetbootin with linux mint 16 setup in it. However when I try run the default menu item I get an error that ends with this: can not mount /dev/loop0 ...
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Compression Level Mksquashfs

Here I'm trying to create a squashfs filesystem but the resulting image is bigger than the original version and not because I added a file or anything as I only modified some configuration files. ...
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UBUNTU + extract filesystem.squashfs for editing [duplicate]

please advice how to install the squashfs-tools on UBUNTU linux ? I try this unsquashfs filesystem.squashfs The program 'unsquashfs' is currently not installed, You can install it by typing: ...
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linux + squashfs-tools for red-hat 5.3

I want to install the squashfs-tools-4.0-5.el6.i686.rpm But I have the following dependencies ( after RPM installation ) please advice what the additional packages that I need to install on my linux ...
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How to use 'unsquashfs' with lzma?

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04. I want to unsquash an lzma image. I have done sudo apt-get squashfs-tools Now, when I do unsquashfs <squashed_image_filename> I get Filesystem uses lzma ...
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Merging preexisting source folders in mksquashfs

In this answer on a previous question, I found out how to modify files in a squashfs filesystem: # unsquash the filesystem to a local directory sudo cp /media/clonezilla/live/filesystem.squashfs ./ ...
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Mounting a squashfs filesystem in read-write

I have a Clonezilla installation on a USB stick and I'd like to make some modifications to the operating system. Specifically, I'd like to insert a runnable script into /usr/sbin to make it easy to ...
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How to log in to BackTrack Linux?

I've installed BackTrack 5 R3, a security testing distro, onto a USB drive, and I can get it to boot up, but I'm stuck in the BusyBox shell. Everybody says "just log in with username root and password ...
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Mount /etc from disc into squashfs

I've created a gentoo-live system which should be booted from a CF-card. The whole file-system is in a squashfs. I've created a custom initrd which first mounts the CF-card and from there the squashed ...
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What parts of the filesystem to tmpfs/squashfs/sparseimage for USB live system

I want to create a live system on a USB key / SDCard with Linux Mint 14 (KDE or Debian Edition) that stores data persistently. The USB key needs to have at least one fat32 partition. As storage for ...
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SQUASHFS 3 vs 4

I'm trying to modify a firmware file by unsquashing it, editing my files and squash it again. But I got problems with the device which does not accept the file because of different squashfs types (as ...
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SquashFS image as rootfs in LXC

Is it possible to use a SquashFS filesystem as an LXC rootfs? I can mount an ext3 image as a rootfs just by setting lxc.rootfs to the filename, but if it's any other type of image, lxc-start just says ...
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how to make read only filesystem writable on busybox?

I want to change some files on my router. Firstly i can change everything in /var, but i want to change /etc/fstab. when i try to change it, i get an error message that says filesystem is read only. ...
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Modifying a squashfs,

Obviously I don't want to actually modify a squashfs. What I would like to do though is take an existing squashfs, a set of files and create a new squashfs which is identical to the old one except ...