This recipe uses a virtual Android device as the target platform that we just created to show the usage of BusyBox applets on an embedded platform. It will replace the Android toolbox
mksh shell-based console with the more powerful BusyBox
ash shell-based console. It starts a remote shell and a web service on it with BusyBox
The console based on BusyBox
ash gives a more powerful shell environment. Not only can the applets be run on this console, but new shell scripts can also be written in such a shell environment.
The remote shell is useful for remote development and maintenance, and the web service is helpful for system monitoring. Both of them have common ...