Disk-On-Chip progress.

David Woodhouse David.Woodhouse at mvhi.com
Thu May 20 17:21:49 EDT 1999

I seem to be able to read the flash. I can also detect the presence of a 
Disk-On-Chip. I can't yet work out the size of the DOC automatically, or 
decode the filesystem on it.

There are some files in ftp://imladris.mvhi.com/pub/mtd/DOCdocs/ which may be 

BIOS-startupcode.asm: Disassembly of the BIOS ROM which loads the main code 
		from flash. It's this on which I based the C code.

linuxdriver.asm: A disassembly of the binary-only Linux driver, with as many 
		symbols put back in for readability as possible. 

doc-kernel.c: My preliminary kernel driver for the beast. It appears to be 
		able to read lots of interesting stuff off the DoC. Strangely,
		I can't see anything on there that looks even vaguely like FTL,
		so perhaps I'm missing something.

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