On Wednesday 11 April 2018 05:02 PM, Mikael Bak wrote:
Both are fine, squashfs is recommended. No significant performance
penalty either way.
And added benefit of no RO filesystem mounts on dirty reboots with ext2/3/4.
Do I have to expand the fs after flashing in order to make use of my 1GB
CF card. On ext4 I have to expand the partition after flashing.
I didn't know a way to expand squashfs, so decided to compile the image
and adjusted /root size as per the size of the disk.
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