FAT vs jFFS2 for NAND.

Claudio Lanconelli lanconelli.claudio at eptar.com
Tue Jun 20 07:31:50 EDT 2006

Han Chang wrote:
> Thanks! The reason for using FAT on the NAND is when the device has the NAND 
> is connected to a PC via USB, it can appear to be storage device read by the 
> PC user directly.
> Could you provide more details on how to get this SmartMedia Format driver?
> Anyone know any other source base which I can leverage to do the job?
I made some time ago a Smartmedia read only layer for MTD, since I can't 
make the current ssfdc.c working.
I attach it if you want to give a look.

Claudio Lanconelli

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