Compiling MTD in the kernel

Nick Ivanter nick at
Mon Jul 17 11:07:03 EDT 2000

You probably did not patch init/main.c and fs/filesystems.c to call
init_mtd() and init_jffs_fs() correspondingly.


SИbastien CТtИ wrote:

> Hi,
> I just tried to compile MTD in the kernel (not as a module) btu, even if
> everything compiles fine, it doesn't work.  If I try to cat a jffs image
> in /dev/mtd0 (I use mtdram), I get:
> bash: /dev/mtd0: No such device.
> If I try to mount a partition using jffs (even though this partition
> isn't jffs), I get:
> mount: fs type jffs not supported by kernel
> It's the same errors I would get If I had compiled everything as modules
> but didn't load them.
> Any clue?
> --
> SИbastien CТtИ
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