FAT for NAND Flash
gleixner at autronix.de
Wed Jan 12 06:37:21 EST 2000
On Saturday, 18. May 2002 07:16, Yong-iL Joh wrote:
> Studying MTD <studying_mtd at yahoo.com> writes:
> > If i want to use FAT with NAND then i have to use :-
> > A. FAT: filesystem driver
> > B. Translation: Translation layer
> > C. MTD: Memory Technology Devices driver
> > D. NAND: generic NAND driver
> > E. Hardware specific driver
> > So i have to add only Translation layer, rest layers
> > will remain same.
> > Am i right ? If not, please correct me.
> > How can i write traslation layer , any reference.
> IMHO, you're right.
> we have implemented this way for SMC(SmartMedia Card). :)
> but, we can't use current MTD's nand.c because of different usage of OOB.
> we called SMCTL as "B. Translation".
The usage of OOB data in nand.c is configurable. So you could use it for
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