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CONFIG_MTD_PARTITIONS: MTD partitioning support

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_MTD_PARTITIONS has multiple definitions:

found in arch/cris/arch-v10/drivers/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_MTD_PARTITIONS:

Help text

If you have a device which needs to divide its flash chip(s) up into multiple 'partitions', each of which appears to the user as a separate MTD device, you require this option to be enabled. If unsure, say 'Y'.

Note, however, that you don't need this option for the DiskOnChip devices. Partitioning on NFTL 'devices' is a different - that's the 'normal' form of partitioning used on a block device.

MTD partitioning support found in drivers/mtd/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_MTD_PARTITIONS:

Help text

If you have a device which needs to divide its flash chip(s) up into multiple 'partitions', each of which appears to the user as a separate MTD device, you require this option to be enabled. If unsure, say 'Y'.

Note, however, that you don't need this option for the DiskOnChip devices. Partitioning on NFTL 'devices' is a different - that's the 'normal' form of partitioning used on a block device.

MTD partitioning support found in drivers/mtd/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_MTD_PARTITIONS:

Help text

If you have a device which needs to divide its flash chip(s) up into multiple 'partitions', each of which appears to the user as a separate MTD device, you require this option to be enabled. If unsure, say 'Y'.

Note, however, that you don't need this option for the DiskOnChip devices. Partitioning on NFTL 'devices' is a different - that's the 'normal' form of partitioning used on a block device.

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