This might be possible if you have a little bit of knowledge of linux and able to telnet to your PBO. If you are using a Patriot stock firmware it more than likely uses squashfs which is can not be written too; fortunately linux provides a mount command that can be use to tell it to look somewhere else for a certain file(s). The trick would be to find those two images .... I think there are under resources somewhere ... I would have to look it up; and then overmount those 2 files (since you probably will not be able to erase them) somewhere else to an empty image file writing where you actually have write access (/usr/local/etc/ directory for example. I do not have access to my PBO right now so I can not be sure on the specific path but in a nutshell you would be looking at a command like that.
Originally Posted by ermood
If you have any knowledge at all about Linux you should have some ideas of what I am trying to do here. Of course it is possible that the empty file causes an error but I doubt it. It would be easy to run a little script to do this everytime your PBO boots up or to run this script manually whenever you need to remove those images.
mount -o bind /usr/local/etc/stop.jpg(empty file) /usr/local/bin/resources/images/stop.jpg
mount -o bind /usr/local/etc/play.jpg(empty file) /usr/local/bin/resources/images/play.jpg
Anyhow I think this might work; I can help with that if you want.