File system shell example¶
This example provides shell access to a NFFS file system partition in flash.
A board with NFFS file system support and UART console
Before starting a build, make sure that the i386 pkgconfig directory is in your search path and that a 32-bit version of libfuse is installed. For more background information on this requirement see Native POSIX execution (native_posix).
west build -b native_posix samples/subsys/shell/fs
See Native POSIX execution (native_posix) on how to connect to the UART.
west build -b reel_board samples/subsys/shell/fs
Once the board has booted, you will be presented with a shell prompt. All file system related commands are available as sub-commands of fs.
Begin by mounting the NFSS file system.
fs mount nffs /nffs
Files System Shell Commands¶
Mount a file system partition to a given mount point
fs mount (nffs|fat) <path>
List all files and directories in a given path
fs ls [path]
Change current working directory to given path
fs cd [path]
List current working directory
Write hexadecimal numbers to a given file. Optionally a offset in the file can be given.
fs write <path> [-o <offset>] <hex number> ...
Read file and dump in hex and ASCII format
fs read <path>
Truncate a given file
fs trunc <path>
Create a directory
fs mkdir <path>
Remove a file or directory
fs rm <path>
Flash Host Access¶
For the Native POSIX board the flash partitions can be accessed from the host Linux system.
By default the flash partitions are accessible through the directory flash relative to the directory where the build is started.