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shane@agendacomputing.com said:
> While the topic is raised..., I've hacked up cramfs for linear
> addressing to kill the "double buffering" effiect. However as David
> mentions the block device support thing is an issue here. What is a
> reasonable way to allow a cramfs partition to access the device
> directly, like the patch that I wrote, and be picked up in a
> reasonable way by the init system?

So far, I just cheat. JFFS doesn't need a block device, but uses the minor#
to determine which MTD device to use. You could use the same trick.

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dwmw2


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