I am creating an squashfs for an embedded device: an Ubiquity Nanostation 2 Loco. My problem is the device needs a big-endian filesystem, and recent versions of mksquashfs does not have the "-be" option included in older versions. I want to use a newer version because the image generated with gzip compression is larger than the memory and I want to try with lzma. How do I create a big-endian squashfs?
I am facing the same problem of creating a big endian squashfs file. Were you successful in creating the big endian file? Plz help me out too.. Thanks..
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