[ARMedslack] UBI support is [partially] broken in Slackware/ARM 13.1 on SheevaPlug
m-lists at biscuit.org.uk
Wed Jul 14 12:44:58 UTC 2010
> an installable .jffs2 file is need to ease the install onto the openmoko
Such an image would require customisation though, as the miniroot fs
does, wouldn't it?
So what benefit would there be in providing a jffs2 file?
Surely it'd be better to provide the mini rootfs; the users follow the
instructions and then create a jffs2 file from the result.
I forgot that to write to NAND you need a jffs2 image -- I cannot
see the installer being modified to do this; quite frankly I have
no idea how you could go about doing it automatically - I think there'd
be too many variables to consider.
However, instructions about making a jffs2 image from the mini rootfs
image are welcomed, if applicable.
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