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Re: How to incorporate a file system image when building eCos app


On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 5:54 PM, Michael Bergandi <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I did a bit of searching through the documentation and list archives,
> but I haven't come across anything that addresses what I am trying to
> do.
> Presently, I am doing development of ?a package on the Linux synthetic
> target. Once I get things working fine there, I will build for my
> target hardware. My package has a test program that requires loading
> of data from two files. One file has data that will be processed and
> afterward, it will be compared with the contents of the other for
> verification.
> My problem is that I don't know how to get my files into an
> appropriate file system image and how to get it built into the eCos
> image. If someone has a howto they can point me to or to some other
> documentation, it would be greatly appreciated.

You can mkfs.jffs2 the file system on the host computer:
Then you can either copy separately the binary file of the file system
to the target, or you can transform it into a .h file and compile and
link it with your application (assuming the application is a ROM or a
ROMRAM application).


> Thanks,
> --
> Mike
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