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Re: Welcome to jffs-dev



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(Someone might want to update the TODO in the welcome message)

Is there a way to mount a jffs2 image via loopback?

I.e:

# mount -o loop -t jffs2 ./jffs2.image /mnt

this does not work even though the jffs2 module is loaded. I imagine
that I need to have a real or ram-simulated flash device (using physical
ram) setup.

Is there a fundamental reason why this might not be possible, or is
it just a question of code?

(I'll probably use the UML emulation next)

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]   Michael Richardson,    Xelerance Corporation, Ottawa, ON    |net architect[
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