Sven,
How can you mount a filesystem that is not supported in the kernel
as built?
David.

Sven Roederer <Mailinglists.sven@roederer.dhs.org> wrote:
Am Donnerstag, 5. August 2004 03:48 schrieb David Farrell:
> It appears that only vfat is allowed on the gumstix for a mmc card.

Hi,

I also tried to use ext2/3 on an mmc without real success. I could mount the
freshly created stick but during writes I got a lot of kernel-messages about
defect block on the stick.
So my soultion is to setup an file which I use as ext2-partition, created a
filesytem in it, mount it with "-o loop" and use it like a real
ext2-partition.

Sven


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