[UPDATE] DOCBoot support for NFTL-based DOC2000

Dan Brown dan_brown at ieee.org
Thu Apr 7 10:27:06 EDT 2005

Dan Brown wrote:
> 7) So, I've changed diskonchip.c to designate all of the last 10 bytes 
> as "free".  It seems like the right thing to do, since only the first 6 
> bytes are used by the hardware itself.  BUT ....
> 9) I think this may break compatibility with any jffs2 filesystems 
> written before the change, because the cleanmarker will be in the wrong 
> place.  Hmm... maybe I should back out the change.  David? Thomas? 
> Opinions?

After much discussion and experimentation, a version of diskonchip.c 
which does not break older jffs2 filesystems has been checked into CVS. 
  Also, some required changes to nandwrite have been checked in as well.

Zeri, I really think this should work for you now, particularly since I 
was able to duplicate exactly the problems you were having.


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