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cco059 04-13-2010 04:44 AM

How do I create a JFFS file system in Linux?
 
I am a newbie at Linux. I have installed Redhat Enterprise Linux desktop 5.3 on my machine. I do not know how to create a JFFS file system on Linux. Any help provided will be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

DavidMcCann 04-13-2010 12:38 PM

The time to choose your filing system is when the disk is partitioned, so to get JFS, you would need to re-install. When you installed Red Hat Linux, I presume you didn't do a custom partitioning? Left to its own devices, the desktop version will install ext3, so you would need to do a custom partitioning to get anything else. Before you do all that, check that RHEL 5 actually has JFS available, and ask yourself whether you really need it on a desktop.


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