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> Best File System To Format Sd Card
post Mar 12 2009, 05:57 PM
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I recently acquired a c700 with Cacko installed. It appears to have a minimal set of applications installed. I have installed and have working the Pelrun 2g+ mmcd driver and a 2g SD card formatted as fat16. I would like to be able to run installed software from the SD card and would think that an advanced file system would be required so that the attributes the linux depends on could be preserved and read. The jffs2 file system is the default for the resident flash memory. Is ext[2-3] sufficient? I am searching this forum and getting threads that discuss multi-partition cards with fat16 and ext2. Is there a recent thread that discusses the pro's and cons?

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post Mar 27 2009, 03:21 PM
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it's very good that you want to post followups to give feedback, yes, too often people don't.

it's actually OK, IMHO, to post to a very old thread. one good thing about this forum is that it's full of very valuable information, and adding to it really does help the community.
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