[U-Boot-Users] flash_info structure and large Flash chips
wd at denx.de
Mon Sep 12 23:14:20 CEST 2005
In message <20050912151739.71535.qmail at web30313.mail.mud.yahoo.com> you wrote:
> I'm porting the u-boot 1.1.2 to our hardware which has two banks of AM29LV256 chips (32M, 512 sectors x 64K each). So I have the following #defines:
Why don't you use *current* code?
> Now I'm crashing in function flash_init() before calling flash_get_size(). My assumption is that the data structure flash_info has become too big, in disassembly I see the following:
The only thing thatis too big here is your line length. Please
restrict it to the usual <80 columns.
> Does it look as an overlap? How can I overcome this?
No. Must be some other problem.
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And will you please stop posting HTML on this list? Thanks.
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