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On windows I cant get wendals tools to work it stop at check files..... I cant find the folder where it extract it too, I need help to be able to carry on with development?

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When you don't know how to unpack a cramfs image, I'm not even sure you can call yourself a developer.

Anyway, to answer your question, use the Linux mount command, under root. There's a cramfs option (most kernels support it).

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When you don't know how to unpack a cramfs image, I'm not even sure you can call yourself a developer.

Anyway, to answer your question, use the Linux mount command, under root. There's a cramfs option (most kernels support it).

It was a dodgy image that's why, Idiot.

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It was a dodgy image that's why, Idiot.

Well, it is easy to spot an idiot here.

Was Csharpe supposed to read your mind about "dodgy" image?

Jeez, can't believe the nerve of some people....

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Well, it is easy to spot an idiot here.

Was Csharpe supposed to read your mind about "dodgy" image?

Jeez, can't believe the nerve of some people....

I asked for help he offered a offensive comment. Hey, here's an idea troll why dont you go abck to the desire forums where you belong.

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