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=== From host to runtime ===
=== From host to runtime ===
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Currently [[MADDE]] supports mounting of the host file system to [[Nokia N900|N900]] runtime.
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Currently MADDE supports mounting of host file system to N900 runtime.
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This is a very convenient feature when developing software.
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This is very convenient feature when developing software.
All supported platforms (windows, linux, mac) are supported.
All supported platforms (windows, linux, mac) are supported.
The syntax of mount command is:
The syntax of mount command is:
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mad remote [-r runtime] mount <directory>
 
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The command mounts <code>&lt;directory></code> to the N900 to a mount point <code>/home/developer/mnt</code>.
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<pre>
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$ mad remote [-r runtime] mount <directory>
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</pre>
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The command mounts <tt>&lt;directory></tt> to the N900 to a mount point
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<tt>/home/developer/mnt</tt>.
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mad remote run supports finding executable software with given name from this directory.
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mad remote run supports finding executable software with given
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name from this directory.
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In case of mounting fails due to stale previous mount, running <code>mad remote umount</code> fixes this problem -- try it always if mounting fails.
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In case of mounting fails due to stale previous mount, running
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<tt>mad remote umount</tt> fixes this problem -- try it always if mounting fails.
Example usages:
Example usages:
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</pre>
</pre>
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mad remote -r n900 mount .
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<pre>
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mad make hello
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$ mad remote -r n900 mount .
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mad remote -r n900 run hello
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$ mad make hello
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$ mad remote -r n900 run hello
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</pre>
=== From runtime to host ===
=== From runtime to host ===
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Currently MADDE does not support mounting a directory from N900 to host pc, but it is quite easily possible with userspace filesystems in all supported platforms.
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Currently MADDE does not support mounting a directory from N900
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to host pc, but it is quite easily possible with userspace filesystems
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in all supported platforms.
Linux and Mac hosts can use 'sshfs' fuse filesystem utility.
Linux and Mac hosts can use 'sshfs' fuse filesystem utility.
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</pre>
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Now host mount point <code>mnt_n900</code> sees <code>/home/developer</code>
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Now host mount point <tt>mnt_n900</tt> sees <tt>/home/developer</tt>
on n900.
on n900.
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