mtd on linux
bari at onelabs.com
Tue Apr 17 13:35:43 EDT 2001
David Woodhouse wrote:
> manatee at pacifier.com said:
>> It is a Disk On Chip and it fits into a PCI slot.
> OK. I'd heard of those but haven't actually met one yet.
>> I see where jumpers would go but there are no jumpers on the card.
> I was thinking of the ISA eval board.
>> Ah, so if I can get the machine to boot -- with the card in place --
>> then I can access the card.
> Probably. It depends just how the PCI eval board is set up. Isn't there a
> key sequence you can use during booting to prevent the DiskOnChip BIOS from
> loading itself? Or use the DFORMAT program provided to load the null
Check the M-Sys DOC-DIP-EVB-PCI manual. It says the "DiskOnChip base
address - 0xD000 (Fixed)"
What happens when you boot? Do you get a conflict error? or you just
can't find your DOC? Did you configure your DOC for Linux?
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