Problems with Intel TE28F320 B3
norbert at safetech.com
Tue Sep 4 10:23:29 EDT 2001
well thank you
i am for sure interested in your code and it would be nice from you to
send it to me.
thanks in advance
On Tue, 4 Sep 2001, Daniel Belz wrote:
> David Woodhouse wrote:
> > norbert at safetech.com said:
> > > I'm working on an intel te28f320 b3ba110 (complete reference) and i
> > > can't get my system to recognize it ...
> > Some of the 28F320 chips are CFI-compliant and some aren't. The other
> > letters and numbers you quoted didn't seem to help me work out which you
> > have.
> > Turn off CONFIG_MTD_RAM, CONFIG_MTD_ROM and CONFIG_MTD_SLRAM. You don't
> > need them.
> > --
> > dwmw2
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> the flash intel TE28F320B3BA110 (same of the BSE-IPengine) isn't CFI
> compliant. Is a JEDEC Flash.
> You have to modify the MTD source code to detect the flash.
> If you are interested, i have this code, and if you need, i send to you.
> Else, see the cfi_cmdset002.c, cfi_probe.c, cfi_jedec.c
> (/drivers/mtd/chips) and physmap.c (/drivers/mtd/maps).
> My code give a solution to implementing JFFS file system and Partitioning
> Daniel Belz
> belz at inf.pucrs.br
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