JFFS1/MTD bug-fixes

Jörn Engel joern at wohnheim.fh-wedel.de
Fri Dec 7 10:34:51 EST 2001


> > What are your reasons to use mtdchar ioctl()s for runtime
> > repartitioning? This should be pretty independent of the char device,
> > (caching) block device or whatever the future might still bring. Why
> > not a /proc interface?

Au contraire, at least in my case. I do use /proc, but not mtdchar,
since mtdblock is more convenient. A more important point is that
Linus generally favors /proc over ioctl()s, iirc.
Just a suggestion, though.


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