On Tue July 15 2003 12:58 pm, Kero van Gelder wrote:
> the "familiar" Linux distro (from iPAQ/handhelds.org fame) uses
> jffs2 for the internal flash (based on the mtd block interface; do not use
> it on flash with an IDE interface).
> Jffs2 is not only compressed, but also writable and still saves your flash.
> 
> The Ruby packages in familiar are thus compressed.

Yeah, it's JFFS2 I'm using.

Ben