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Old 01-31-2014, 10:17 AM
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OK, uploaded the config_toolm, but I can run it or even get into the dir thats holding the files!!!

anyone have any syntax options for things like dir/ls or run etc???
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Old 01-31-2014, 11:46 AM
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Sorry I didn't get what are you trying to do.
Walked through the directories, it seems like the image was built based on eval CD I provided link to.
Now I guess we have to think the way of building an image for MIPS VM...
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I am working on hacking of E65 MOST bus with implementation of Raspberry Pi.

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It would be helpfully to me to disassembly navigation firmware source codes. To get detailed information about MOST commands.

Would you mind sending decompiler to me? Megaupload no longer exists and I can't find decompiler on internet.

Thank you very much.
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