Antwort: Re: Create NAND Partition through barebox

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I see!
I have an entry in the env/config:
nand_parts="256k(barebox)ro,768k(bareboxenv),4M(kernel),128M(root)"

The Problem might be, that the NAND Flash size is only 128M.
I took the script from another platform..

 - - Christian



Von:        Alexander Aring <alex.aring@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
An:        christian.buettner@xxxxxxx
Kopie:        barebox@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Datum:        29.03.2012 14:08
Betreff:        Re: Create NAND Partition through barebox




Hi,

you can create NAND Partitons with nand_parts variable in /env/config.

For example nand_parts="256k(barebox)ro,128k(bareboxenv),3M(kernel),-(root)"

nand -a nand0.* only creates a bb device that will handle badblocks if they appear.

Cheers
Alex

Am 29. März 2012 13:55 schrieb <christian.buettner@xxxxxxx>:
Hi,

i need to create a NAND Partition through the barebox prompt to be able to flash a kernel image on it.


This is the current devinfo of my target:


barebox:/ devinfo
devices:

`---- imx_serial0

     `---- cs0

`---- mem0

     `---- 0x00000000-0x1fffffff: /dev/ram0

`---- mem1

     `---- 0x00000000-0x1fffffff: /dev/ram1

`---- imx_iim0

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank0

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank1

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank2

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank3

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank4

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank5

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank6

     `---- 0x00000000-0x0000001f: /dev/imx_iim_bank7

`---- ramfs0

`---- devfs0

`---- mem2

     `---- 0x00000000-0x000018ab: /dev/defaultenv

`---- mem3

     `---- 0x00000000-0xfffffffe: /dev/mem

`---- cs1

`---- fec_imx0

     `---- miidev0

          `---- 0x00000000-0x0000003f: /dev/phy0

     `---- eth0


drivers:

imx_serial

     ramfs

     devfs

   imx_iim

   fec_imx

    miidev

       mem



I tried using

$ nand -a /dev/nand0.*


Nothing happens..

What is wrong?


- - Christian

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