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CONFIG_MTD_UBI_BLOCK: Read-only block devices on top of UBI volumes

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_MTD_UBI_BLOCK:

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This option enables read-only UBI block devices support. UBI block devices will be layered on top of UBI volumes, which means that the UBI driver will transparently handle things like bad eraseblocks and bit-flips. You can put any block-oriented file system on top of UBI volumes in read-only mode (e.g., ext4), but it is probably most practical for read-only file systems, like squashfs.

When selected, this feature will be built in the UBI driver.

If in doubt, say "N".



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