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jffs [2021/09/24 00:46]
djk44883 there is no underlying Linux
jffs [2021/09/24 00:57] (current)
djk44883 footnote: / is a directory with linked references
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 **Total / Free Size: **This displays the storage size available to be used. This cannot be changed. **Total / Free Size: **This displays the storage size available to be used. This cannot be changed.
  
-**Format / Erase:** The very first time you enable JFFS, you must format the partition with the JFFS2 filesystem. Once formatting is complete, the "(not mounted)" status should change to "(mounted)" to reflect that FreshTomato has access to the partition. Once the JFFS partition is mounted, it can be accessed in the filesystem under the root folder as /jffs .+**Format / Erase:** The very first time you enable JFFS, you must format the partition with the JFFS2 filesystem. Once formatting is complete, the "(not mounted)" status should change to "(mounted)" to reflect that FreshTomato has access to the partition. Once the JFFS partition is mounted, it can be accessed in the filesystem under the root folder(( 
 +"folder" is likely a GUI term. / is termed as root directory - [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Root_directory]]  directory is used describing filesystem structure - [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesystem_Hierarchy_Standard]] 
 +)) as /jffs .
  
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jffs.txt · Last modified: 2021/09/24 00:57 by djk44883