|Summary||Provide some way to circumvent "Disabling f2fs" though it's unsupported|
|Priority||P5 - None|
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In the discussions about this as the thread linked below it was mentioned that enabling f2fs would be one line commentary away. But after removing the commentary I found out I have no kernel module able to mount f2fs. https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-kernel/2018-10/msg00001.html It's worth mentioning f2fs is currently actively used - especially on mobile platforms and other SoCs. Is it possible to provide a better way to mount an f2fs disk, even though you have dropped it's support, that doesn't involve recompiling the whole kernel every once in a while?