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BluePanther
I'm having trouble mounting the sqaushfs using the instuctions on the cutomization site.

when I try

#mount -o loop /hdd3/zgcc2-95-2.squashfs /mnt/zgcc

I get failed: invalid argument

I'm running a stock sharp image.

Is there another package that needs to be loaded first?
Cresho
http://pdaxqtrom.thegrinder.ws/index.html

get the first one which is the install script. run the sh file.
Meanie
QUOTE(BluePanther @ Oct 16 2006, 04:50 AM)
I'm having trouble mounting the sqaushfs using the instuctions on the cutomization site.

when I try

#mount -o loop /hdd3/zgcc2-95-2.squashfs /mnt/zgcc

I get  failed: invalid argument

I'm running a stock sharp image.

Is there another package that needs to be loaded first?
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either use the cramfs image instead or install the squashfs kernel module
BluePanther
QUOTE(Meanie @ Oct 15 2006, 07:30 PM)
QUOTE(BluePanther @ Oct 16 2006, 04:50 AM)
I'm having trouble mounting the sqaushfs using the instuctions on the cutomization site.

when I try

#mount -o loop /hdd3/zgcc2-95-2.squashfs /mnt/zgcc

I get  failed: invalid argument

I'm running a stock sharp image.

Is there another package that needs to be loaded first?
*


either use the cramfs image instead or install the squashfs kernel module
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Thanks , using the sramfs version did the trick, a bit of fiddling with the keyhelper and I found the {} and compiled hello world.

Now I seem to have lost \.

Where can I find the squashfs kernel module?
BluePanther
QUOTE(BluePanther @ Oct 29 2006, 02:21 PM)
Thanks , using the sramfs version did the trick, a bit of fiddling with the keyhelper and I found the {} and compiled hello world. 

Now I seem to have lost \. 

Where can I find the squashfs kernel module?
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Found another post that mentioned that the Yen character is what you get when you use a \ in a Japanese font. So my c code will look a little funny, now to get COBOL running in a dosbox.
zogs
QUOTE(BluePanther @ Oct 29 2006, 06:21 PM)
Where can I find the squashfs kernel module?
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here on my homepage: http://www.autistici.org/c0de

see-iu zaurus mangaa
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