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Hi after altering the kernel, i have found that in the romfs/bin directory that the busybox applications are all copied across from my server. If i run my unchanged kernel, ...
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    Smile Turned of symbolic links in the kernel!


    Hi

    after altering the kernel, i have found that in the romfs/bin directory that the busybox applications are all copied across from my server. If i run my unchanged kernel, it creates symbolic links to the busybox applications hence reducing the overall size of the uncompressed image. I was wondering if anyone knew, where in the kernel or even put me in the correct direction to enabling symbolic links, as i have turned them off.

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    I found the answer to this, in make menuconfig. Select the kernel setting. Once that pops up select ----------> File Systems -----------> Miscellaneous filesystems . And then select Journalling Flash File System V2 support.

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