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RE: 32 Meg sdram
> Mark Schapira wrote:
> > are doing this by replacing the 16 Meg ram chip on our
> board with a 32
> > Meg ram chip. We have recompiled the kernel to accomodate
> the 32 Megs
> It's not that simple, at least 16 bit 32 MiB chips have one
> more address
> line than 16 MiB chips, so you have to take care of that. And
> you have to
> change the sdram_config register accordingly, see chapter 19
> of Etrax100LX
> designers reference.
> Just draw the address bits for 32 MiB on paper, divide them to
> column/row/bank select lines (see sdram datasheet) and
> calculate bit shift
> values for the config register.
> I think I once saw a howto-like document about this on the
> Axis website.
If you really are using SDRAM and not DRAM, here it is: <http://developer.axis.com/doc/hardware/etrax100lx/SDRAM_design.html>
> Good luck with the calculations.
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