Even though I still have a class 2 card, I wanted to begin using Apps2SD. I used ROM Manager to create a 512 partition with 0 MB swap (bc of class 2). After rebooting, SD-EXT isn't visible in Root Explorer (nor is there a /system/sd folder).
I used the "move to sd card" feature, and it seemed to work, but later determined that these are getting mounted in /mnt/asec.
I loaded the SD card in Ubuntu and copied a few files to the ext3 partition. I then rebooted the phone and searched in root explorer for the files I copied and they aren't found.
Running BBv5 with Chevy's LV1100 kernel.
I'm not sure if Firerat's fix is appropriate for BB.
I've tried "mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 /sd-ext" in terminal emulator but get 'no such file or directory' response.
Can anyone help me get /sd-ext to mount correctly and visible in root explorer??