[maemo-users] jffs2 on mmc?

From: Tony Green tony at beermad.org.uk
Date: Mon May 19 12:54:36 EEST 2008
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> Date: Sun, 18 May 2008 23:12:43 +0200
> From: Christoph Eckert <ce at christeck.de>
> Subject: Re: jffs2 on mmc?
> To: maemo-users at maemo.org
> Message-ID: <200805182312.43320.ce at christeck.de>
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> Hi,
> > I've been looking into booting from the sdcard and was wondering why
> > none of the "how to's" suggest formatting the card with jffs2. There's
> > lots of debate between using ext2 or ext3, but nothing on using jffs2.
> > ?Is there a simple reason for this I'm missing?
> as we are at it: as I configured my card, I noticed that there was no mke2fs 
> on my N810. So I partitioned and formatted the card using my desktop 
> But anyway, is there a mke2fs binary available for ITOS 2008? If not, maybe 
> the tutorials could be updated?

You'll find it in the e2fsprogs package.

I don't think it appeared in the list of installable packages in my package 
manager, but "apt-get install e2fsprogs" did the job for me.
Tony Green
Ipswich, Suffolk, England

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