My Nexus 7 (2013 WiFi) tablet PC has a corrupted partition table. I would now like to troubleshoot into Linux.
After loading GNU Parted on the tablet and making a new GPT table with 30 partitions byte by byte, I print out the table to make a final check and then quit. I then get a message saying the fstab needs to be reloading. The guide I have been following suggests reboot into the recovery. However, this is where my tablet shuts off and is bricked again. It is though the work done in GNU Parted isn't saving.
Is the /etc/fstab supposed to update? Does GNU Parted have any relation to fstab? I did try the 'cat /proc/mounts' command but it looked pretty empty. I also tried 'mount -a' but it just said the 'system', 'data' and two other partitions "no such file or directory".
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This is link is the entire set of commands I issue when attempting to fix my partition table