[-mm patch 3/4] AVR32 MTD: Mapping driver for theATSTK1000board
hskinnemoen at atmel.com
Fri Sep 15 04:22:32 EDT 2006
On Fri, 15 Sep 2006 09:00:30 +0100
David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> wrote:
> I'm coming to the conclusion that if there are flash chips which
> inherit the Intel insanity of automatically locking themselves on
> every power cycle, thus rendering the 'locked' status meaningless, we
> should just automatically unlock the whole chip at boot time, from
> the _chip_ driver.
Yeah, there really is no reason to keep anything "soft locked". I'll
unlock the chip from the fixup I submitted earlier so that it comes up
unlocked by default.
> So it's trapped for moderation and I
> get to look at it and manually approve it.
I'll keep doing it, then. That way, I can be sure that you'll notice my
patches, too ;)
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