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I don't see how static libraries enter into the mix. Static libraries are not present on the target root filesystem with Buildroot. Generally speaking, Buildroot tries to install only what's necessary on the target, and I honestly doubt you will find many duplicated files there.


If available (ie. if there's a JTAG header on your board) , you can connect using a JTAG cable. Remember: Before using it you might need to enable JTAG using Test Mode Select Input (sometimes a jumper somewhere). You can then use that connection to upload a new firmware into your device.


I can't help with the buildroot specific stuff (other than to say that you'd have to either mount it or boot it before removing duplicates, and then creating a new rootfs from the resulting filesystem), but removing duplicates is quite possible. A naive approach would be to find / -type f -exec sha256sum {} + | sort > checksums.txt, read the resulting ...


Try the following [Unit] After=getty@.service or getty.target [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target Also consider removing the following from the service file After=systemd-user-sessions.service Alias=display-manager.service


We had a problem with our SD, ext2 root file-system being corrupted on unexpected power fails. First of all, we make the system run with a read-only root mount. Since we needed some writeable storage (but we were not data logging) we set up a second partition as writeable. To minimise the FS damage on unexpected power fail we made this an ext3 partition, ...


Within your /etc/inittab add the following line to login: 1:2345:respawn:/bin/login -f <username> tty1 </dev/tty1 >/dev/tty1 2>&1 Where <username> would be "root", if that's the login you're attempting to autologin with. NOTE: Be sure to comment out any getty line that may already be present in the /etc/inittab. This line is ...


You'll get better answers if you say what exactly you want to do instead of how you want to do it - in other words: Put down the chocolate-covered banana and step away from the European currency systems. TL;DR summary Q: Will it work? A: It could. Q: Does it make sense? A: Only under some very specific assumptions, I'm afraid. Security is very hard to get ...

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