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Yes. Make sure you do, but don't worry about it.


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It's likely that the lzma compressed archive you're working with was generated with an older library version, as Igor said. If you're recompressing the file with your system's built-in lzma command, you might not be getting the right output because it might just be aliased to xz --format=lzma. Refer to your system's man page for xz or lzma to confirm. If ...


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According to this page, you can try this command : dd if=/dev/mtdblock/0 bs=1 skip=4116 count=2048 | strings > /tmp/cfe.txt


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https://github.com/NationalSecurityAgency/ghidra As of early December Ghidra has RISC-V support in master. It should be added to the 9.2 release, until then you would have to build from source.


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If you have U-Boot shell, changing bootargs environment variable to add the single keyword and then issuing the boot command should drop you into a root shell. Use printenv to see current args and the boot command.


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