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@Jason94: screen -list. Check out man screen for more :-)
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Thanks for the input. I'll leave the question as unanswered for now in the hope that someone has something definitive to say.
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comment Choice of filesystem for GNU/Linux on an SD card
Thanks, this is very informative! However, the "big red note" from the UBIFS website says: "One thing people have to understand when dealing with UBIFS is that UBIFS is very different to any traditional file system - it does not work on top of block devices (like hard drives, MMC/SD cards, USB flash drives, SSDs, etc). UBIFS was designed to work on top of raw flash, which has nothing to do with block devices. This is why UBIFS does not work on MMC cards and the like - they look like block devices to the outside world because they implement FTL (Flash Translation Layer) support in hardware."