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squashfs uncompress and compress

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please how to compile or compress any file squashfs
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For decompression only, 7-Zip would be the easiest. For compression under Windows, try these pages: https://github.com/pmq20/node-packer/issues/43, http://domoticx.com/bestandssysteem-...ools-software/ and https://labalec.fr/erwan/?p=1363.
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problem in mksquashfs on ubuntu
I found a problem which is the incompatibility of the file before and after the compression
Even without modification only disassembly and assembly there is a difference
look this file squashfs gzip 131072 bytes
http://www.mediafire.com/file/h5pxae...hsqs2.rar/file

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I don't understand your problem. 7-Zip reports that the archiver is fine:

Code:
>7z t hsqs2.bin

7-Zip 18.01 (x86) : Copyright (c) 1999-2018 Igor Pavlov : 2018-01-28

Scanning the drive for archives:
1 file, 20279224 bytes (20 MiB)

Testing archive: hsqs2.bin

WARNINGS:
There are data after the end of archive

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Path = hsqs2.bin
Type = SquashFS
WARNINGS:
There are data after the end of archive
Physical Size = 11075584
Tail Size = 9203640
Headers Size = 24705
File System = SquashFS 4.0
Method = ZLIB
Cluster Size = 131072
Big-endian = -
Created = 2016-07-22 08:06:25
Characteristics = EXPORTABLE
Code Page = UTF-8

Everything is Ok

Archives with Warnings: 1

Warnings: 1
Folders: 71
Files: 1087
Size:       23026481
Compressed: 20279224
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My problem is the difference in size of the file hsqs2.bin original and hsqs2.bin compress on ubuntu Without modification
look this photo
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