Akaio filesystems

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Mar 7, 2011

Akaio filesystems by DaMummy at 5:54 PM (1,594 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. DaMummy
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    which filesystems will work with akaio? i have an acekard rpg, and was wondering what would be the best to use, if anything other then fat, im talking for the rpg nand and microsd
     
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    gee ok thx, panasoic will format to fat, im asking if any others will work like ext2,3
     
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    No... you asked "what would be the best to use".
    And Etalon giave you the correct answer: Panasonic SD Formatter.
     
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    DaMummy was asking if there's any advantages to using a certain FS.
    And FYI, DaMummy, you can use the panasonic formatter on the NAND if it happens to go funny on ya. I had an AKAIO beta fuck mine up (way back before my RPG got 'loved' to death) and was able to fix it via said method.
     
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    And Panasonic SD Formatter automatically picks FAT/FAT32 based on your card so your argument is pointless because it is exactly what I said.
     
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    ok it doesnt look like anybody is understanding me here, im asking if any of the other file systems work, other then fat16 or 32, im talking ext2,3,4, xfs, reiserfs, minix, ntfs, or any other ones that are available
     
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    No.
     
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    What "argument". I quoted the AKAIO wiki for information about file systems. The only thing i said about Panasonic is that it can also be used to fix a fukked up NAND. There is no need for you to deem the info i posted as "pointless". I was answering to the best of my knowledge, till DaMummy restated his question to be better understoood.
    And yippy-skippy for the formatter choosing fat/fat32 for you.
     

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