On Dec 23, 10:02 am, "J.M" <john.m...@gmail.com
> I pulled a 32-bit busybox binary from a Ubuntu box and this worked for
> However, I had to remount /dev/sda1 with exec so that the binary would
> run from /mnt/stateful_partition/home/chronos/. Most directories in
> the filesystem are mounted noexec (probably for a good reason).
> Is there a place on the filesystem that is mounted with exec on
> reboot? Or is the only solution here to simply re-mount /dev/sda1
> every time you want to run your own binaries?
I put user executables in /usr/local/bin (had to create directory,
already included in $PATH).
The list broke lines on commands in the OP. A full line starts with
Also, there is a typo. the window manager file has dashes not