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How can I add a script to embedded Linux

I have a script (let's say Hello World), that I want to include to my embedded Linux. I'm using Buildroot and want to start the script in Busybox. But because I'm cross-compiling for the target I'm ...
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What could cause a run time remounting of my /var partition to be read only?

I have a buildroot generated embedded linux system (x-86 geode processor) using an initramfs but with /var and /etc mounted onto a compact flash device using the default mount options specified in ...
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What does ifup do when “/etc/network/interfaces” has an invalid netmask address?

The interfaces file looks like below: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.0.130 netmask 250.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.0.254 As you can see ...
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How to custom build debian's busybox?

I'm building an embedded system based on debian 7, and I'd like to make the most out of busybox that comes with debian. The problem is default busybox build in debian seems quite minimal, for example ...
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Using ncurses for basic GUI on a process started inside an init script

I have a custom written application that runs on a embedded setup (buildroot). My application has to run every time the target device boots up and so I wrote an init script to do this and it works ...
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How can I find the Secure Attention Key (SAK) on my system and can I disable it?

In answer to My process was killed but I cannot understand the kernel notice, I was pointed to some documentation on the Secure Attention Key (SAK) on Linux. I have a embedded system generated using ...
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Unable to get embedded device to ping anything on the network

I have an embedded device, built using buildroot, kernel version 3.6.11 running busybox. The kernel is built with completely default options. I have configured the device according to what the network ...
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How do I safely unmount a network share on Linux STB without crashing (I get GSOD)?

I have a network share named dreambox on C:\dreambox that is shared with the group Everyone in Windows. I have mounted it to /hdd on a Linux-based STB with OpenDreambox (OpenEmbedded) using Telnet ...