[ELDK] How to start application automatically

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Mon Oct 5 16:05:23 CEST 2009

Dear "J.Hwan.Kim",

In message <4AC98D93.3050206 at gmail.com> you wrote:
> I'm using ELDK4.1.
> So, my root file system is base on ELDK4.1
> My root file system is /dev/mtdblock3, jffs2 type.
> I found the root file system was mounted
> well and shell prompt appeared.
> Then, I wonder how I can modify root file system files for user 
> application start automatically?

Well, someone must have set up this root file system for you - it is
probably best to ask this person for the best way how to best
intergrate your stuff.

In general, depending of the type of init process uses (busybox,
SysV-Init, startup, ...) there are certain (usually well documented -
it may make sense to read the documentation!) scripts where you can
customize the startup sequence.

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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