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Old 03-12-2009, 06:24 AM   #1
pavan.manipal
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REG:PXA255A Intel Board


m using intel PXA 255A(intel processor)ARM 9 architecture, m able to put my own progrm in the root file system , but how can i execute my code after porting it on the board? can any body help me out where to place my code or executable binary in the rootfs, my board has touch screen .idesktop, i placed hello.png and hello.lnk here and i copied the binary exe in /usr/bin of filesys, but it is not working , can anybody help me out?
is this the exact procedure or guide me how to proceed? the .idesktop is invisible folder which appears on the target board.i.e display to the target board.its urgent pls pls help me out
 
  


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