[maemo-users] Anyone have success with j2me on n800? Using latest firmware...

From: Ryan Pavlik abiryan at ryand.net
Date: Mon Jul 9 04:47:18 EEST 2007
It may have something to do with the fact that MMC's are by default 
using the FAT filesystem.  If you don't use noexec, it assumes 
everything's exec (since there is no exec attribute in FAT), which makes 
files copied from MMC act weird and try to execute instead of opening, 
at least on a desktop linux machine.


Mike Klein wrote:
> Interesting...thanks for your help.
> Curious why mmc would be setup this way though. I would think many 
> would want to install and run apps from the storage cards.
> mike
> Igor Stoppa wrote:
>> On Sat, 2007-07-07 at 18:28 -0700, ext Mike Klein wrote:
>>> Nokia-N800-26:/media/mmc2/j2me/bin# ./cvm -version
>>> -sh: ./cvm: Permission denied
>> Because you are running from the mmc, which is mounted with noexec, iirc
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