I want to check, from the linux command line, if a given cleartext password is the same of a crypted password on a /etc/shadow
It’s a question about user space applications, but hear me out!
Buildroot is generating images for an embedded device where they should run. This is working very well. In those images, the rootfs is included.
I am looking for a way to mount a ZIP archive as a filesystem so that I can transparently access files within the archive. I only need read access — the ZIP will not be modified. RAM consumption is important since this is for a (resource constrained) embedded system. What are the available options?
I need an extendable Linux distribution which I can easily reduce in size so much that it fits into a 64 mb CF card.
Recently we had a rather unpleasant situation with our customer – Raspberry Pi based “kiosk” used to display remote sensing data (nothing more fancy than a kiosk mode browser displaying a self-updating webpage from the data-collection server) failed to boot due to filesystem corruption. Ext4, Manual fsck required, the system will be a part of tomorrow’s important presentation, service required immediately. Of course we can’t require the customer to shut down the system nicely when switching it off for the night; the system must simply withstand such mistreatment.
The rootfs is a squashfs image and my bootloader is loading it into some address in SDRAM. What parameters do I need to pass to the kernel so It can mount the rootfs from there? Squashfs support is built-in and it already works with
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