SquashFS HOWTO

Revision History
Revision 1.92008-07-24Revised by:
Text corrections.
Revision 1.82008-01-06Revised by:
Changes according to SquashFS release 3.3. Some parts added.
Revision 1.72005-03-25Revised by:
Changes according to SquashFS release 2.1.
Revision 1.62004-11-10Revised by:
Changes according to SquashFS release 2.0. Text corrections.
Revision 1.52004-06-07Revised by:
Changes according to SquashFS release 2.0 alpha. Lots of description improvements and clarifications. Split instructions for Linux kernels of 2.6.x (new) and 2.4.x series.
Revision 1.12004-05-22Revised by:
Changes according to SquashFS release 1.3r3.
Revision 1.02004-02-19Revised by:
Initial Release, reviewed by LDP.
Revision 0.22003-12-08Revised by:
Text corrections, license added.
Revision 0.12003-11-24Revised by:
Initial version. Instructions for SquashFS release 1.3r2.

Abstract

This HOWTO describes the usage of SquashFS - a highly-compressed read-only file system for Linux, which is intended for use in tiny-sized and embedded systems, and anywhere else you'd want to use a compressed file system. With this document, you'll learn how to prepare a SquashFS-ready Linux kernel, create a squashed file system and happily use it.

Home of this HOWTO

The SquashFS HOWTO lives at http://artemio.net/projects/linuxdoc/squashfs. There you will always find the latest version of the document, and will be able to send your feedback.


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