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Old 07-24-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
dmiralles2009
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executable file deleted after watch dog timer power-on off PC


Hello:
I am using a TS-7260, which has a custom made linux based on the kernel 2.4.26. The SBC has a wacth dog timer which I sucessfully integrated to a c program file. once the executable is running on the PC and the Wacth dog timer executes a reset the file is erased from its SD card location. Any Idea why this is happening?
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