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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] /etc/mta?
Döring Thomas wrote:
what exactly is /etc/mta and how do I menuconfigure it into my kernel?
I expect it's a truncation of /etc/mtab, which is the file used to track
Some userlevel apps that care about mounted filesystems will play with
it, I think there are C library calls for manipulating it.
Since /etc is read-only in a typical romfs/cramfs system, you'd need to
make it instead a symlink to /etc/config/mtab. Examples of this sort of
thing can be found in petalinux-dist/vendors/PetaLogix/common/common.mak.
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