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Sheela Kashyap sheela_kashyap at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 2 19:27:09 EST 2002

Hmm... I will try mkfs.jffs again in that case. 

Well, by the time I was involved with the project, there had been
some work done on using jffs. But we'll be moving to Jffs2 in a short

Thank you for your help.


--- David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> wrote:
> sheela_kashyap at yahoo.com said:
> >  While creating the jffs image using mkfs.jffs, I noticed that it
> did
> > not create all the /dev entries for me. I had to use 'mknod' and
> > create it manually on the target. What is the easiest way for me
> to
> > create a target image with all the /dev files? 
> Er, not sure - mkfs.jffs ought to work. Why are you using jffs not
> jffs2?
> --
> dwmw2

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