Different zlib CRC Algorithms
joakim.tjernlund at lumentis.se
Tue Feb 4 12:47:28 EST 2003
> > > Why does ppcboot/uboot have two versions of crc32()? What's the
> > > difference between them?
> > The difference is the ^0xffffffff part you decribed above. One is used by
> > uboot for crc'ing images, environment etc. The other for JFFS2 support in
> > uboot.
> So that would confirm my original observation that the kernel does use a
> slightly different CRC algorithm than userspace zlib.
hmm, does zlib use crc32() at all? I have only seen adler32() in zlib,
I haven't look very hard though.
> It's not a problem - I was just curious to know why.
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