jwboyer at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 08:32:45 EST 2006
On 12/20/06, Darshak <darshak at elitecore.com> wrote:
> I have read that INTEL has strataflash.
Yes. Read their website on flash chips.
> Is it bare NAND/nor file system?what is its basic use in Linksys?
It's a type of NOR flash chip. We have no idea what it's usage is in
Linksys. Especially given that Linksys is a company, so it could be
used for a variety of things.
> What file system does it use? Can we have JFFS2 for that ?
Strataflash can be used with several filesystems, including JFFS2,
assuming there is an underlying device driver in MTD that can talk to
> What is difference in CF flash/DOC flash and this INTEL flash .?
CF flash doesn't show up as real flash. It shows up as an IDE device.
Intel flash is a raw flash chip and it's up to a board designer to
determine how it is addressed.
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