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Old 09-18-2014, 09:55 PM   #1
hardikgohil1988
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How to combine Kernel Image and RFS


Hello,

I have flashed the board with PROM boot-loader with architecture MIPS.

I have created kernel Image and Root file system(jffs2) now i want to combine this two images into one fs image.

what is the method to do this ?
 
  


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