Help [Solved] Get system write permission on latest Bliss OS.

LazuliKao

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VC
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it seems that the latest BlissOS use a new compression method in 'system.sfs', and is unable to fetch 'system.img' using 7z or other methods.
even using the built-in installation method, after confirming r/w for 'system' will cause installation failure.
I install gearlock and it works, but have no permission to write to 'system' because system.sfs is unable to be supercharged.
Does anyone have some idea?
or does anyone have a method to extract 'system.img' from 'system.sfs'
 

YHR

Active member
if you have linux, go to bliss os partition and run this command
Code:
$mkdir /mnt/system/ && mount -o loop,rw system.sfs /mnt/system/
then you will find system.img in /mnt/system/
copy it to bliss partition
then unmount system.sfs
Code:
$umount /mnt/system/
and delete system.sfs
you are done
 

Xtr

Well-known member
it seems that the latest BlissOS use a new compression method in 'system.sfs', and is unable to fetch 'system.img' using 7z or other methods.
even using the built-in installation method, after confirming r/w for 'system' will cause installation failure.
I install gearlock and it works, but have no permission to write to 'system' because system.sfs is unable to be supercharged.
Does anyone have some idea?
or does anyone have a method to extract 'system.img' from 'system.sfs'
They use zstd compression for system.sfs now. You will have to use 7-zip fork with zstd support https://github.com/mcmilk/7-Zip-zstd
 

LazuliKao

New member
VC
12
if you have linux, go to bliss os partition and run this command
Code:
$mkdir /mnt/system/ && mount -o loop,rw system.sfs /mnt/system/
then you will find system.img in /mnt/system/
copy it to bliss partition
then unmount system.sfs
Code:
$umount /mnt/system/
and delete system.sfs
you are done
thanks, it works
 

SeMoOx

New member
VC
10
simple method without command in linux
Right click in system.sfs
select Disk image mounter (i'm using kali linux)
now you mount system.sfs and you can copy system.img to blissOS folder
 

supertc

New member
VC
60
if you have linux, go to bliss os partition and run this command
Code:
$mkdir /mnt/system/ && mount -o loop,rw system.sfs /mnt/system/
then you will find system.img in /mnt/system/
copy it to bliss partition
then unmount system.sfs
Code:
$umount /mnt/system/
and delete system.sfs
you are done
Thank you!
I also have this problem
Well, try it out when you have time!
 

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