Inode question

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  1. fire47

    fire47 New Member

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    I have a small doubt.
    I'm creating a dedicated linux distribution, using the kernel, busybox and buildroot.
    At the moment everything is functionalalready configured with fluxbox.
    At this time I intend to install idesk and when I run make I get an error which says that there is no free disk space.
    Through the command df-i I see that the inodes are 86% and hence does not install.
    I wonder if there is a way to change the number of inodes through some buildroot option, or on the Linux system with a command.
    I know that when formatting the pen, I have that option, but wanted to set everything up and send the final version to the same.


    I leave here the link to the files if someone wants to test:

    ave.dee.isep.ipp.pt/~1060415/embedded_linux/

    greetings
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    DevynCJohnson Well-Known Member Staff Member Staff Writer

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  3. fire47

    fire47 New Member

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    Thanks for reply

    I've been watching and in my case it was useless because it only had 4096 inodes. Then copied to the pen, formatted as ext2 and I have more inodes.
    Now I wanted to install idesk and Eterm / Aterm, but when I do. / Configure, an error that can not find any code in C. occurs If I try to install with a pen mounted, install the linux laptop.
    How can I overcome this difficulty?

    Greetings.
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    DevynCJohnson Well-Known Member Staff Member Staff Writer

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    Ask your new question in a new thread please, then many people will be willing to help.

    By the way, read this - http://www.linux.org/threads/basic-forum-courtesy-rules-to-follow-for-all-forum-users.4688/

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