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By Mr_Bartek, Senior Member on 16th April 2011, 01:11 AM
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Hey,

Im looking for mkyaffs2 executable for Linux. I have found the source code online but get errors compiling. It would be great if somebody uploaded a pre-compiled version that I could use.

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16th April 2011, 06:37 PM |#2  
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I don't know, where did I get it, so it may be outdated or something.
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mkyaffs for windows
Here is mkyaffs2 exe file compiled for Windows using Cygwin.
Archive contains makeyaffs and unyaffs files and needed dll's.
P.S. I tryed to use that compiled "mkyaffs"-file to create system.img and img-file really was created, but when I tryed to unpack that system.img (using unyaffs that works normally) I just got "OK"-message from unyaffs and nothing more! No one folder was created! So I think my compiled mkyaffs doesn't work properly. It's creating corrupted img's.
So the most reliable and right way to pack folders into img's is use mkyaffs on Linux or virtual machine (with booted Linux of course).
P.S.S. I found tool named Yaffey, but I don't know how to get it create system.img
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File Type: rar mkyaffs2 and unyaffs2 windows.rar - [Click for QR Code] (2.73 MB, 435 views)
File Type: zip mkyaffs2 for linux.zip - [Click for QR Code] (202.1 KB, 170 views)
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10th December 2013, 08:30 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by Kyonex

Here is mkyaffs2 exe file compiled for Windows using Cygwin.
Archive contains makeyaffs and unyaffs files and needed dll's.
P.S. I tryed to use that compiled "mkyaffs"-file to create system.img and img-file really was created, but when I tryed to unpack that system.img (using unyaffs that works normally) I just got "OK"-message from unyaffs and nothing more! No one folder was created! So I think my compiled mkyaffs doesn't work properly. It's creating corrupted img's.
So the most reliable and right way to pack folders into img's is use mkyaffs on Linux or virtual machine (with booted Linux of course).
P.S.S. I found tool named Yaffey, but I don't know how to get it create system.img

Thank you so much! It's what software I look for exactly.
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