I have 2 questions, but it looks like your earlier post regarding how to use ubifs probably tells me enough for me to try again to use ubifs on my flash. The remaining question is about ext2/ext3/ext4. All of the comments in this thread seem to say that the main flash filesystem has to be ext2, but I've *seen* comments regarding the fact that ext3 will work, and also, I tried to use the mkfs.ext4 on my pandora and it seemed to format the flash ... but my mount doesn't seem to recognize -t ext4. So either I have the wrong mount command or maybe the kernel doesn't know about ext4, or even that only ext3 will work here. I recall reading somewhere that, for reading only, an ext3 filesystem can be treated as an ext2, with no oll effects (it's the writing to the journal, on disk writes, which is uniquely ext3.)
So, is there any way to get ext4 to work as a Pandora filesystem, on flash?
Oh, lastly, about ubifs: folks seem to use the term "flash" in making a ubi filesystem, why is that?