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RE: Does JFFS supports high memory
On Wed, 8 Sep 2004, David Woodhouse wrote:
> But JFFS is not maintained. You can fix it yourself if you like, but
> probably you should use JFFS2 instead.
> Every time I threaten to remove JFFS from the official kernel tree
> someone seems to come forward and offer to maintain it. So here goes
> again.... is someone going to do it or am I going to remove it?
ext(1)fs is long gone too.
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