i looked at the /bin/native script in Resctoox. This doesn't adapt the /etc/fstab of the new created native rootfs. So doing a reboot fails after that because the /etc/fstab still mounts the rootfs on e: . Or am i missing something ???
the script should remove the looped rootfs from the fstab and add the /dev/hda2 for new rootfs and /dev/hda1 for swap.
Also there is a problem copying all the files from e:/rootfs to the new native rootfs. The kernel seems to hang. But this wasn't reproduceable. If that happens you have to reboot and move the files manually.
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