@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ Owing to peculiarities of flash devices, JFFS2 is very different to
conventional HDD-oriented file system. And one of its drawbacks is that mount
time as well as memory consumption grow linearly with growing flash size. So
beware you may end up with tremendous amount memory eaten and huge mount time if
-your block device is very large. Also, JFFS2 implements only write-trough
+your block device is very large. Also, JFFS2 implements only write-through
caching (while convectional FS-es have write-back) and does many thing which are
not really needed in case of hard drives.