Russ.Dill at asu.edu
Tue May 6 11:26:45 EDT 2003
On Tue, 2003-05-06 at 05:28, Eric DEJONC wrote:
> Well, thank you, I did not think to loopback, thats a great idea. I'm gonna
> test. the only little problem is that the 10M jffs2 file should take a long
> time to be sent on the board via a serial port (the only one I can use).
I don't think you caught on to what mtdram is. mtdram lets you create an
mtdblock device on you *HOST* system. you don't need to send it to your
board via serial.
> > > I was wondering if someone had already done a prog that reverse
> > > mkfs.jffs2?
> > >
> > > I'd like to open a jffs2 ramdisk made by someone else, but I don't have
> > > enough space on my flash disk. So I would like to open it, but from the
> > > host machine that doesn't handle jffs2.
> > Use one of mtdram or mtdblock and use that. You can make a block
> > device from your image with loopback. Should be enough, I guess.
Russ Dill <Russ.Dill at asu.edu>
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