[U-Boot-Users] Re: [Question About NAND BOOT In SMDK2410

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Wed Oct 29 02:38:34 CET 2003


in message <000001c39dbc$3c897640$63c1dba8 at swcenter.sec.samsung.co.kr> you wrote:
> How can I boot from NAND Flash (Smart Media Card) not nor flash..

Please define "boot".

What do you have in mind? Boot U-Boot from a Smart Media Card? [Can't
be done.] Load a Linux kernel from a Smart Media Card and  start  it?
[Enable  JFFS2  support  and  put  the  Linux kernel image in a JFFS2

> Is it possible to boot up from NAND Flash using U-Boot. If it could How
> can I enable that feature.

It may be possible, depending on your definition of "boot".

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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