nipo at ssji.net
Sat Oct 2 21:11:22 EDT 2004
[Sat, 02 Oct 2004 22:42:09 +0200]
Thomas Gleixner <tglx at linutronix.de> eut le bonheur d'écrire:
> You should have tried 184.108.40.206 !!
220.127.116.11 kernel from hh.org just crashes on my device, (MTD in or not),
and I have no time to investigate this issue, so I keep to 2.6.7 (no
interesting changes in 18.104.22.168 to me anyway)
> Did you notice the DEPRECATED NOTE in Kconfig ????
> "Please use the new diskonchip driver under the NAND subsystem.\n");
Indeed, and the other one is marked experimental ;)
> Please follow this advise. The docxx stuff in mtd/devices will be
> removed in the near future and INFTL with the old drivers was missing
> some functionality anyway, AFAIK.
Yes, sure, I will switch to new drivers ASAP, but we (project people)
have taken 2.6.7 as reference, so we'll use this patch for a few
I've tried to update to newer MTD kernel part, keeping the rest in 2.6.7
state, but some of the API seems to have changed.
> The chip ID part of your patch is giving me a bit more headache. The
> ID 0xA5 is a valid ID for NAND 2GiB 1,8V 8-bit.
Whoops, didn't pay attention to this :(
> Please figure out the DoC
> partnumber and let M-Sys confirm this. If they confirm that some moron
> started to break the ID rules, then we have to figure out a way to
> make this work. Putting this line without any further modifications
> into the code would break other drivers.
Is there some means to determine chip type by software ?
Things I can read on the chip (hoping i'm correct, it is not very
Japan 033-----" (dunno what's under "----")
Nipo <nipo at ssji.net>
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