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Default Mounting SDCard with execute permissions on HTC ONE

I've installed LinuxOnAndroid with Fedora 19, I'm trying to get the /dev/fuse /sdcard to mount with exec permissions.

Currently it's only mounting /dev/fuse without execute permissions.
 
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I've installed LinuxOnAndroid with Fedora 19, I'm trying to get the /dev/fuse /sdcard to mount with exec permissions.

Currently it's only mounting /dev/fuse without execute permissions.
Have you edited fstab?

I'm sorry, but I think it requires kernel mods.

You could use the dd command to make a .img on internal memory or the sdcard, then use
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busybox -o loop /sdcard/made.img /data/extramem
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Have you edited fstab?

I'm sorry, but I think it requires kernel mods.

You could use the dd command to make a .img on internal memory or the sdcard, then use
Code:
mkdir /data/extramem
busybox -o loop /sdcard/made.img /data/extramem
Finally found my answer here:

https://linuxonandroid.uservoice.com...nux-more-space

Yes, creating a loop device and mounting was exactly what had to be done.

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Finally found my answer here:

https://linuxonandroid.uservoice.com...nux-more-space

Yes, creating a loop device and mounting was exactly what had to be done.

Thanks.
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