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answered How to save a file from an initramfs emergency shell?
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comment How to save a file from an initramfs emergency shell?
I do have the mount command, cp, mkdir, ls and so on. But what good are they if you can't mount a filesystem? What if I format the UFD with ext3 or ext4? Or another filesystem that's native or well supported by Linux? On that note, mkfs is missing.
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comment How to compile and install iperf on a MIPS based router?
Do Linux based firmwares like DD-WRT have a native compiler? So far I have only found the source files (e.g. iperf-3.0.tar.gz) for iperf. If there is no native compiler, then chances are that I will need to cross compile that with x86 as host and MIPS as target. I will need a cross compiling environment set up on my desktop. This seems like a very complicated and time consuming task. So for now, I will probably put this on the shelf among other unfinished projects. If there's another way to run iperf on DD-WRT, please fill me in.
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