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SubjectRe: Linux-2.4.10
Date said:
> Is jffs2 still showing the
> Child dir "." (ino #1) of dir ino #1 appears to be a hard link
> problem? I saw you patched mkfs.jffs2 after my changes -- do you
> still need me to hunt down that bug I added?

Yes please. The patch I committed just made it happier with a relative (or
no) root directory - it was changing into the specified directory and then
still prepending its name to every path. I assume it's still emitting a
dirent for '.' in the root directory as it was before. The JFFS2 kernel code
doesn't like that very much.


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