I currently have an SD card with a non-running installation of Debian Squeeze. SSH on this card is enabled. However the system keeps rebooting. I would now like to delete the boot.rc file on the boot partition of the SD card from a Windows computer, but I fail.
Here is the problem: I have a Windows pc with an internal card reader (the only card reader available at the moment). I enter the card and can access it and rename boot.rc or delete it. But when I remove the card and put it back again, the boot.rc is back again or has its old name back. Deleting other files on that image results in the same - no effect. I tried pulling it out of the reader without unmounting and unmounting via the taskbar in the lower right Windows corner.
Could you please explain to me, how I can delete/rename boot.rc on the SD card with a Debian installation? Do I have to follow a special unmounting procedure? Right-clicking the SD card in Windows Explorer has a menu item "SG eject", but that shows no effect.