Android Froyo and Busybox

I posted an article on how to build and install busybox on an ARM Android palteform.

Busybox is very, VERY, handy because Android doesn’t have all shell commands available on a classic Unix distribution. For example, ifconfig has a strange behaviour: one has to use the netcfg command in order to display available network interfaces.

See here.

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