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[microblaze-uclinux] mkdir -p not working
When trying to create a
nested directory using an absolute path, either from the command line or within
an application, the system freezes. It works fine for relative paths.
So, if from the root I
tried “mkdir –p tmp/folder1/folder2/folder3” this works fine, but if I add the
leading “/” and tried “mkdir –p /tmp/folder1/folder2/folder3” it fails. I get
the same results whether using ramfs or a jffs2 partition.
I’m using Petalinux
v0.30-rc1, pre-emptible kernel, I’m using “mkdir” selected from the
miscellaneous section during “make menuconfig”, as the one in busysbox doesn’t
seem to work at all.
I’m not sure what other
information to include that might be helpful but any light shed on this would be