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How can I determine the cause of CF card corruption?

I installed qnx in my CF card and made it bootable and it was working well. However, yesterday it stopped working while my system was running. Checking the filesystem revealed that it was corrupted. ...
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Is it okay to run my system off a flash drive?

I've been running my main system off a Linux persistent LiveCD flash drive for a couple months. The drive has a 2 GiB fat32 boot partition, and a 12.91 GiB ext2 casper-rw partition. I'm ...
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flash_erase & nandwrite seem to work, but uname -a shows the same kernel version

I've seen this question: How can I flash_erase mtd0? I have a similar problem with my mini2440. When I use flash_erase /dev/mtd2 0 0 and then nandwrite -p -N /dev/mtd2 uImage-mini2440 ...
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Reduce cache size of flash storage devices

For various benefits Linux uses a memory cache for writes to removable stogare devices like memory sticks. This cache seems to be quite large on my system, which leads to some annoying behavior. For ...
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Is `UDIF read/write image` bootable on non-Apple hardware?

Some guides on the internet suggest that it is possible to convert ISO disc image files (.iso) into an non-.iso image format (.img or .dmg) with hdiutil on OS X. However, the manual page for hdiutil ...
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Are there any tools to test MTD/JFFS2 for Linux 2.4 kernels

I have some issues with a platform I support and I suspect memory problems. I wanted to check the Flash parts using some MTD JFFS2 test tools, I found a link to a bunch on this site. However they ...
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format / rewrite old ide flash module

I have an old PC where the disk is a 32mb IDE flash module. BIOS boots the Flash, works good. But if I am in a Linux distro (tinycore/arch/puppy) the flash module is not recognized nor mountable. ...
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Unable to make file system writtable no matter what

I have a flash card SanDisk of a camera which I plug in into my computer: $ lsblk mmcblk0 179:0 0 3.7G 1 disk └─mmcblk0p1 179:1 0 3.7G 1 part $ mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 on ...