[U-Boot-Users] Re: Reading or writing jffs2 - how?

Detlev Zundel dzu at denx.de
Tue Dec 21 20:19:47 CET 2004

Hi Martin,

>>>My board had only one configuration-file associated, but multiple
>>>nand-size configurations.
>>>The jffs2-image problems were related to the endianess problems of
>> Another reason for using our ELDK - it has a working mkfs.jff2 ;)
> Noo?! I used mkfs.jffs2 from ELDK 3.0:
> # mkfs.jffs2 --version
> mkfs.jffs2 revision 1.25
> # which mkfs.jffs2
> /usr/local/eldk/usr/bin/mkfs.jffs2
> # cat /usr/local/eldk/version
> ELDK version 3.0
> ppc_4xx: Build 2004-02-16
> But ofcourse, I guess the above error blocked u-boot from putting the
> correct image in the nand...

Yes, I think that failure cannot be attributed to an endianness
problem in the mkfs.jffs in the ELDK which works.


Progress in  mathematics comes from  repeated acts of generalization.
If mathematics is anything, it is the art of chosing the most elegant
generalization for some abstract pattern.  Thus esthetics is central.
                                     -- Douglas Hofstadter

More information about the U-Boot mailing list