The Linux Memory Technology Device project provides a unified subsystem for handling RAM and Flash cards (Memory Technology Devices), including various flash translation layers to emulate block devices, and filesystems which run directly on flash chips.
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Release Notes: Kernel patches to make it easy to compile into both 2.2.16 and 2.4.0 kernels, new code for Common Flash Interface chips, Axis' Journalling Flash File System, lots and lots of code cleanups, and some documentation have all been added.
Release Notes: Updates to work with recent 2.3 kernels, removal of the byteorder workaround for broken byteorder macros, a Grub loader so that Grub can be loaded into the DiskOnChip, and a generated patch against 2.3.41.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release, mostly bug fixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: Ported to 2.3 kernels, and various bugfixes. NFTL support now appears to interoperate happily with M-Systems' own drivers for the DiskOnChip, and widespread testing of this would be useful.
Release Notes: First alpha-quality release of write support for NFTL, the flash filing system used on the DiskOnChip