I've been able to write to /tmp and have done
program development that way. Using rz I would
download newly compiled binaries until they were
ready to go into the main directory tree
into one of the bin directories.
Paul Schimpf wrote:
> I note that uClinux won't let you create any
> new files on the ramdisk. I guess that means
> embedded code can't use files to achieve
> persistence across multiple runs or as an
> (admittedly cheesy) IPC mechanism.
> Is this a fair assessment?
> Paul Schimpf
> Associate Professor
> Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
> Washington State University
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