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mounting ext2 or vfat on NAND(ubifs)

Question asked by moh on Oct 10, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 17, 2013 by Aaronwu

i am working on bf548-ezkit board.i am able to mount ubifs onto RAW NAND device

from linux kernel command line.Also able to create different ubi volumes in ubinizing,

the ubi image file to write it onto the NAND device from uboot. could see the ubi volumes,

on linux prompt after boot. Able to mount ubi-volume (ubi0_[1-3]) to type vfat to a

mountpoint with mtdblock. able to get into the dir of those ubi-volume mountpoint.

 

I have an SD card and i want to mount this SD card partitions onto UBIFS.

i read that ext2/vfat can be mounted through mtdblock(ro). but dont know how to do?.

please let me know the commands to mount externally available SD card partitions

(say vfat)onto NAND device.

thanks in advance for your help.

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