Nand flash driver problem

David Woodhouse dwmw2 at
Sat May 18 03:11:11 EDT 2002

You don't get an error when you try to overwrite the flash - you just set 
bits which were a 1 to 0. We don't keep track of writes.

You'd need to provide the full debug output of JFFS while you're writing 
and subsequently reading the file which got corrupted -- and you'd have to 
find someone who still cares about JFFS1 to look at it. Or switch to JFFS2.


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