How to change /proc to the writable directory
wd at denx.de
Fri Nov 28 19:12:50 EST 2003
In message <000001c3b568$639e70a0$b702a8c0 at newrock2> you wrote:
> when I boot kernel and mount file system( cramfs and JFFS), for default, the dir /proc is not writable that located in cramfs. Now, I want to change it to be writable. which places/functions should I modify?
/proc it it's own pseudo-filesystem. You don;t include this in your
filesystem image, but rather mount it.
> In cramfs I have these dirs:
> /dev/ --> /mnt/rwfs/dev
> /proc --> /mnt/rwfs/proc
Make /proc a plain directroy, and as part of your init scripts
execute something like "/bin/mount -t proc proc /proc"
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