Spinelli, Claudio (Claudio)
claudio at lucent.com
Wed Mar 1 20:53:41 CET 2006
Yes, I should have been more specific.
How do you find out if a flash is compatible with CFI interface?
Do you know if the above flashes are compatible with CFI?
From: wd at denx.de
Cc: u-boot-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: 3/1/06 2:54 AM
Subject: Re: [U-Boot-Users] cfi_flash.c
In message <3176526.post at talk.nabble.com> you wrote:
> I am looking for a flash driver that would work with both the new
> (J3D)supported by cfi_flash.c and the old flash (28F256J3C), or better
> driver that would support the flash parts supported by new cfi_flash
> well as the old parts supported by flash.c and flash64.c
You should be a bit more specific. Which "flash.c"? There are nearly
200 files by that name in the U-Boot tree!
In general, you should use the CFI driver and fix any problems / add
any code that might be missing there.
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