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July 5, 2004, 1:00 pm
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Re: ext3 vs jffs2
I suppose there is no such choice.
EXT3 is made to runs on rotating disks (and can be used on flash cards
if uninterrupted power supply is provided or in read only mode)
JFFS2 is made to run on flash hardware devices that are addressed in a
direct (not IDE-like) mode.
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