PIIX flashing woes with SST29EE010
jerj at coplanar.net
Wed Apr 3 20:23:46 EST 2002
No I will need to patch it.
I have been reading through
the source code of a DOS based flash utility, Uniflash (Pascal)
and it's probe routine appears to use both methods.
(it tries old method first BTW)
It works well (under DOS/FreeDOS) and supports a
surprising variety of chips and southbridges.
That's where I got the idea to try the old method.
I was just using an homemade one to try and figure out
what the problem was. I'm looking at integrating it right
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric W. Biederman" <ebiederman at lnxi.com>
To: "Jeremy Jackson" <jerj at coplanar.net>
Cc: <linuxbios at lanl.gov>; <linux-mtd at lists.infradead.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 5:11 PM
Subject: Re: PIIX flashing woes with SST29EE010
> "Jeremy Jackson" <jerj at coplanar.net> writes:
> > (crossposted)
> > FYI,
> > A problem I was having that *appeared* to be a problem with
> > getting writes to the flash chip, wasn't
> > It turns out that SST's datasheet for SST29EE010 is incorrect.
> > It turns out that the part I have *doesn't* respond to "new" style
> > ID mode entry sequence, as indicated in the manual.
> > It only responds to the "old" AA 55 80 AA 55 60 sequence.
> > I should have a generic PIIX map driver for MTD soon now.
> So does jedec_probe work for you or do you need to patch it?
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