[U-Boot-Users] u-boot on OSK
wd at denx.de
Mon Jul 4 09:29:15 CEST 2005
In message <764af189050703233551918471 at mail.gmail.com> you wrote:
> I am using u-boot-1.1.2 on my OSK board to boot linux. But my final
> application wants me to divide the flash in to two banks of 16M each.
A "bank" of memory is the set of chips that are addressed using the
same chip select line. And "application" is usually a term for a
program running in (Linux) user Space (vs. kernel space). Assuming
you use standard terms, then please tell your application that it
cannot modify the hardware.
> If i have to divide my flash in to two banks what are all the files
> that i have to modify.
The flash driver and/or your board config file.
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