I have a android mobile with gingerbread 2.3.4 installed.
I want to know if my device(kernel) supports ext2 filesystem. Is there any terminal command to check the support for ext2 filesystem ?
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cat /proc/filesystems is the typical Linux/Unix way of determining this. It works fine on CyanogenMod, but I'm not sure about other ROMs. If you want to filter out all of the other supported filesystems you could
grep the output, too (assuming you've got
grep, of course):
# cat /proc/filesystems | grep 'ext*' ext2 ext3 ext4 #
Download Debian Tools to check which ext your phone supports