What would be the best file system to use on an SD card inside the Librem 5? I have a 256 GB SD card. I want to encrypt the SD card content. I read this article, but I’m also interested in your recommendations and opinions.
I’m using f2fs ( Flash-Friendly File System) with encryption and compression:
sudo mkfs.f2fs -O encrypt,compression -l<label> /dev/<sdcard> sudo mount -o compress_algorithm=zstd,compress_extension='*' -L<label> /mnt/ fscrypt encrypt /mnt/
The motive for F2FS was to build a file system that, from the start, takes into account the characteristics of NAND flash memory-based storage devices (such as solid-state disks, eMMC, and SD cards)
Depends what you are doing with it.
I’ve put a bunch of publicly-available multimedia content (write once, read many) so no need for encryption and no special requirements. So I went with
I’m mounting it with the
This should be:
sudo mount -o compress_algorithm=zstd,compress_extension='*' -L<label> /mnt/
-o got lost in the copy/paste, thanks for the heads up
I’ve corrected it my post