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Old 08-10-2010, 09:46 AM   #1
crazy kernel
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upgrade/change on the fly cramfs rootfs image


I would like to change the image of my rootfs that is CRAMFS, principaly to make an update.

I'm working on an embedded device (ÁController PXA300, 256MB flash) and have 3 FS : the rootfs in CRAMFS and the two others are in JFFS2.
I have my new cramfs image rootfs.cramfs on one of the JFFS2 partition.



How could i make the upddate ?
If don't know, would you have idea ??

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