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RE: Flash compatibility
If you are using a CFI device you shouldn't have to do anything special.
There is a CFI probe both in the kernel driver and in the boot loader. If you are using
a non-CFI you may have to add support to it yourself (if it's no already added). This
is also quite straight forward. Most flashes today are CFI so you should have no problem.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org]On">mailto:email@example.com]On
> Behalf Of Bernhard Mäder
> Sent: den 5 november 2003 11:21
> To: dev-etrax
> Subject: Flash compatibility
> Hi guys
> How is it with compatibility of the Devboard 82 software with
> various flash
> ICs? We are producing a few new prototype boards of our etrax
> based system
> and have to use a second source for the flash chips. We're
> currently using 64Mb
> AMD flashs and we're thinking about going to Sharp, Atmel or
> SST. Does the
> label CFI and JEDEC suffice for the chips to work with our
> board or do we have
> to go into more depth? How easy would it be to adapt the
> flash driver (and
> bootloader) to a new flash?
> Thanks for your help
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