BusyBox combines common UNIX utilities into a single, small executable, providing a fairly complete environment for any small or embedded operating system. It supports most of the utilities usually found in GNU fileutils, shellutils, etc. BusyBox commands generally have fewer options than their ...

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stat command filesize reporting on busybox

I'm trying to write a shell script in busybox to check the filesize of a file. Having read that stat is more reliable then ls, I decided to use that, but somehow when using the following command: ...
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How do I use busybox and ftpd to get access to my embedded system

I have an embedded system which has busybox support. I am trying to run an FTP server so I can edit the files and upload data to my embedded system. However when I run busybox ftpd -w / It tells ...
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How to lock file from system changes using BusyBox (on a Synology NAS)

I have a specific file that an app is randomly changing and that I need to be immutable. I.e. stop the system from rewriting the file. Considering that the NAS has BusyBox for ssh access, how can I ...
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Unicast to multicast IPTV playlist via router bash

I've a TP-LINK TD-W8968 v3 with Busybox access. These are the command: help : ? help logout exit quit reboot adsl xdslctl xtm brctl cat loglevel logdest ...
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How to easily find disk usage culprits in busybox or any other limited linux distro?

That is, if it's even possible. Is it? This is following from a very similar du question, I figured trying to sort it somehow could be a way, but maybe there are other ideas out there! I'm actually ...
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EC2 Booting an EBS-backed AMI instance gives a kernel panic

TLDR: I'm trying to create an EBS-backed AMI instance and then pivot to it using Busybox but I get a kernel panic: VFS: Mounted root (ext3 filesystem) readonly. Freeing unused kernel memory: ...
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switch_root not included in initramfs image

After upgrading the kernel via yum to the latest version the initramfs image file is missing the switch_root binary from the /sbin/ folder. This causes the machine to not boot, from this kernel. ...
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transparent proxy with squid3 dansguardian iptables and one nic

I am attempting to filter my home internet connection through transparent proxy (squid3) and dansguardian . I have the following setup: http://i.stack.imgur.com/5Z3DP.png My Ubuntu Server is ...