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The Advanced XIP File System is a Linux kernel filesystem
driver that enables files to be executed directly from flash
or ROM memory rather than being copied into RAM. It has the
ability to store individual *pages* in a file
uncompressed/XIP or compressed/Demand Paged.
So far, the only supported mode is 'XIP all', so all the
files that have the execute attribute set will be XIP'ed.
At the moment, the FS is not supported in Linux mainline
(v4.3-rc5), so the kernel has to be built with the axfs
patches to be able to read it. Patches can be found at: