[Arm-netbook] Allwinner A10 NAND controller
slapinid at gmail.com
Sun Sep 23 00:59:55 BST 2012
On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 3:01 AM, Dmitriy B. <rzk333 at gmail.com> wrote:
> A10 NAND driver doesnt have mtdblock support and handles
> badblock/relocation/wearing stuff by itself, so you dont need ubifs or any
> other "nand-oriented" file system.
I know this and I want to make something minimalistic to run with mtd.
That's why I ask.
> If you want, you can write mtd yourself using u-boot sources with NAND
> support and kernel sources with Allwinner's NAND driver.
I have this and try to use this code as documentation, but things
are not that clear for me so i ask.
> Actually, if you are capable of doing that this can be good start for
> mainlining kernel/u-boot.
I hope so, so I need some information.
> Best Regards,
> Dmitriy Beykun.
> 2012/9/23 Sergey Lapin <slapinid at gmail.com>
>> Hi, all!
>> Do anybody knows if it is possible to do raw NAND command and get
>> result byte by byte, directly?
>> I try to make ad-hoc NAND support in mainline u-boot for my project,
>> based on MK802 clone,
>> and I want to have as little code as possible to support NAND and
>> ubifs on top of it.
>> Any IP reference and documentation would be appreciated.
>> Thanks a lot,
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