cramfsswap - swap endianness of a cram filesystem (cramfs)
cramfsswap <infile> <outfile>
cramfs is a highly compressed and size optimized linux filesystem which is mainly used for embedded applications. the problem with cramfs is that it is endianness sensitive, meaning you can't mount a cramfs for a big endian target on a little endian machine and vice versa. this is often especially a problem in the development phase.
cramfsswap solves that problem by allowing you to swap to endianness of a cramfs filesystem.
Juliane Holzt <email@example.com>
|4 Jan 2005||Linux|