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[[Squash FS]] was accepted into the mainline kernel, and is now in 2.6.29?  
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[[Squash FS]] was accepted into the mainline kernel since 2.6.29.  
 
SquashFS is a compressed, read-only filesystem, commonly used in many existing embedded Linux systems.
 
SquashFS is a compressed, read-only filesystem, commonly used in many existing embedded Linux systems.
 
Phillip Lougher, the Squash FS maintainer, was sponsored by CELF to push this code to mainline.
 
Phillip Lougher, the Squash FS maintainer, was sponsored by CELF to push this code to mainline.

Revision as of 06:58, 13 April 2010

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Highlight - Did you know...?

Squash FS was accepted into the mainline kernel since 2.6.29. SquashFS is a compressed, read-only filesystem, commonly used in many existing embedded Linux systems. Phillip Lougher, the Squash FS maintainer, was sponsored by CELF to push this code to mainline. It had been used as patches outside of mainline for many years.

See the elinux wiki SquashFS page or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squashfs for more information about this useful filesystem.

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