Subject: Re: NetBSD File Systems
To: Unice, Kyle <email@example.com>
From: Tonny Tzeng <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/06/2001 09:15:13
Though I'm porting Linux to our embedded board now, I am interested
in the job of porting NetBSD also, so I'd like to know how much memories
(ROM and RAM) needed by the NetBSD kernel in your embedded
application, could you please share your experiences with me? TIA.
> I have gotten to the point of having NetBSD trying to mount a file system
> our little embedded system. The system has FLASH and RAM but not much
> What is the current thought on file systems inside these types of systems?
> Does one allocat a piece of flash and format it as an ffs file system? If
> so, is there a set of Flash chip drivers somewhere for NetBSD?
> Thanks for the help,
> W. Kyle Unice
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