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Hi, is there any obvious way to join the /nand into the /data partition? This would allow for installation of much more apps from the market without running out of space.Most apps support /sdcard for storage of extra data, so the /nand mountpoint is pretty much a waste.Christian
 

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[quote name='Christian Buchner;45952]Hi' date=' is there any obvious way to join the /nand into the /data partition? This would allow for installation of much more apps from the market without running out of space.Most apps support /sdcard for storage of extra data, so the /nand mountpoint is pretty much a waste.Christian[/QUOTE'] I responded to a post yesterday that we really need to get access to the rootfs RW then we could modify the /init.rc file and get modifications to stick such as check for card in /sdcard and if None then ln -s /sdcard to /nand which removes the need for an scdard for general users who don't need more than the 1.3GB free in /nand... could lways mount the sdcard to device to a different mountpoint when you wanted to transfer files...
 

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Perhaps simply mounting the nand partition additionally on /sdcard would be better. This way, it's there, then if an sdcard is inserted it will get hidden by the real sdcard contents, but it will still be accessible via /nand if desired even with the sdcard inserted.
 
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