dr john halewood
john at frumious.unidec.co.uk
Thu Jan 11 04:58:06 EST 2001
On Tuesday 09 January 2001 15:28, David Hamm wrote:
> I've been fighting with a DiskOnChip2000 box for a while now and its about
> to win. I've searched the net for specific info on how to use the MTD
> drivers in the kernel rather than M-Sys driver. Is there a howto or an old
> email that describes how to use the NFTL drivers? Getting them in the
> kernel is easy but I don't know which device file to use to format the
As a quick guide:
Build the mtd support into the kernel.
If using modules, I'd suggest ordering them something like (depending on what
support you've chosen of course)
Run the MAKEDEV script from the utils directory of the cvs tree to create the
necessary files in /dev
Reboot. You should see a "Disk on Chip found at xxxxx" message followed by a
"Giving out device <x> to DiskOnChip...". Generally I'd expect the DoC to be
fdisk /dev/nftla and set up whatever partitions you want, then run mkfs to
create the partitions. Mount and enjoy.
Alternatively you can create your own filesystems and dd them in directly.
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