non cfi flash memory
Abraham vd Merwe
abraham at 2d3d.co.za
Tue Jun 19 09:43:14 EDT 2001
> No. You don't need to write a whole driver for it. The existing
> cfi_cmdset_0001 code can driver the chips just fine. All you need to do is
> write a _probe_ routine which can pass control to the existing code, just
> like the cfi_probe does.
> There's already a hack in the cfi_probe code to find some non-CFI
> AMD-compatible chips and use the cfi_cmdset_0002 back end. You want
> something similar - but _don't_ add further hacks to the cfi_probe code,
> make it an entirely new probe routine like the AMD one should probably
> have been.
I really think those cfi_cmdset_*.c chip driver modules should be renamed to
something else. It's really confusing since they're not only for CFI chips.
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