subrahmanyam at navayuga.co.in
Wed Dec 15 23:09:03 EST 2004
Thank you, actually our target comprises of an intel processor(iop80321), a
flash(Intel NOR) and a ram, two usb ports and a ieee1394 port. In the flash
there are drivers for existing system to work, my present requirement is to
store a certain key/data/string in the flash, which shall be dynamically be
modifiable by an user interface provided to the host, when connected to the
target either through usb/firewire ports.
Firstly, I have looked into mtd drivers to store data (which basically is a
key, a group of characters) in the flash, but I am not clear whether this
will work or I have to look into jffs2 file system also, basically my path
is not clear whether I have to use mtd/jffs2.
I will be thankful if you can suggest an approach, for storing the key
(group of characters).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Craig Hollabaugh" <craig at hollabaugh.com>
To: "Subrahmanyam" <subrahmanyam at navayuga.co.in>
Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2004 03:55 AM
Subject: Re: Flash programming
> On Wed, Dec 15, 2004 at 05:25:49PM +0530, Subrahmanyam wrote:
>> Can you please help me write into the flash, my present requirement is to
>> store a certain key/data/string in the flash, which shall be dynamically
>> modifiable by an user interface provided to the host, when connected to
>> target either through usb/firewire ports.
> which processor, which board, what kind of flash?
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