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RE: [microblaze-uclinux] Request of Greg Miller or Steve Sanders
Thanks, Steve. I've implemented Greg's changes and now, when I try to copy
the JFFS2 image file onto /dev/mtd6, I get a long string of error messages,
Internal flash device timeout occurred or write operation was performed
while flash was programming.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:owner-microblaze-
> firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Steve Sanders
> Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 10:03 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [microblaze-uclinux] Request of Greg Miller or Steve Sanders
> David -
> It wasn't a private message, but rather was a phone call that prompted
> this response - a discussion about the how software typically handles
> the differences between 16-bit wide flash busses vs. 32-bit wide
> As Greg mentioned, his changes are available in the LX25 design on
> John's web site.
> --- David Banas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Greg, Steve,
> > Could one of you post Steve's private message to Greg, which prompted
> > this
> > response, please?
> > Also, which 2 files need to be changed? Could you post a patch to
> > these 2
> > files?
> > Thanks,
> > -------- Greg's response to Steve's private message begins here.
> > ------------------
> > Steve,
> > Thanks for sending me in the right direction. The issue before as we
> > talked
> > about was that I did not think Linux could handle this... I was 1/2
> > right
> > ;-} I also did not change the code (EMC contoller) properly. It needs
> > to be
> > changed in two files. Anyway, I hacked it so that 16-bit acts as
> > 32-bit read
> > or 16-bit read but only a 16-bit write and all in DATA_WIDTH matching
> > mode.
> > It's freek'n UGLY but seems to work! I actually mounted a jffs2 that
> > I
> > generated yesterday. I also ftp'd files to/from it and they match!
> > Anyway, I have two more questions:
> > 1). How do I turn off all the messages on bootup (besides level 0
> > (have not
> > tried, but I remember from before).
> > 2). There was talk of 'surfing' is there a text web browser?
> > P.S. I still think Linux should be able to handle this.
> > -------- Greg's response to Steve's private message ends here.
> > ------------------
> > David Banas
> > Field Applications Engineer
> > Nu Horizons Electronics Corp.
> > 2070 Ringwood Avenue
> > San Jose, CA 95131
> > (408)434-0800 - office
> > (415)846-5837 - cell
> > http://www.nuhorizons.com
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