K9F5608U0B-YIB0000: 528 byte in page, or 512?
tglx at linutronix.de
Wed Apr 2 05:28:44 EST 2003
On Tuesday 01 April 2003 13:02, A.L. Klyutchenya wrote:
> Dear sir,
> Thank you for quick answer.
> 1 Апрель 2003 07:36, Charles Manning написал:
> > This is NAND flash. Do not try to treat it as NOR flash.
> > Use it with mtd/nand and use YAFFS or JFFS2 file system.
> I want to write the first image, for booting system. I create
> this image (with kernel, MTD & Co). I have a possibility his
> write. Herewith: I have an physical access to page: size
> 256+256+16, and block on 32 pages. While NO MTD and NO kernel!
> > You must write NAND in whole pages, not on a per-byte basis.
> I understand that page it is necessary to write, but what bring
> the first image: chain on 512+512.... or 512+16 free + 512+16
> As even so write? :-) (to hrdware-level)
Please read http://linux-mtd.infraded.org/tech/nand.html
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