Antwort: Re: Re: Create NAND Partition through barebox

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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
     `---- 0x00000000-0x00001d47: /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
barebox:/ adp
Unknown command 'adp' - try 'help'
barebox:/ addpart
Usage: addpart <device> <part_desc>
Add a partition description to a device.
<device>        device being worked on
<part_desc>     size1[@offset1](name1)[ro],size2[@offset2](name2)[ro],...

barebox:/ addpart /dev/nand0 256k(barebox)ro,768k(bareboxenv),4M(kernel),-(root)
addpart: No such file or directory
barebox:/

I have an addpart tool as you can see but i cannot create a partition. In the /dev folder is also no /dev/nand0

- - Christian



Von:        Alexander Aring <alex.aring@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
An:        christian.buettner@xxxxxxx
Kopie:        Eric Bénard <eric@xxxxxxxxxx>, barebox@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Datum:        29.03.2012 14:40
Betreff:        Re: Re: Create NAND Partition through barebox





Hi,

is there a /dev/nand0 device?

/env/bin/init call "addpart /dev/nand0 $nand_parts" and create these partitions.
Or maybe the command is not available?

Alex

Am 29. März 2012 14:32 schrieb <christian.buettner@xxxxxxx>:
This is my current config:

#!/bin/sh


machine=test


kernel_loc=nand

rootfs_loc=nand


rootfs_type=ubifs


kernel=zImage

rootfs=rootfs

envimage=environ.bin


autoboot_timeout=3


nfsroot="/tools/rootfs/test"


console="console=ttymxc0,115200"


bootargs=${console}


nand_parts="256k(barebox)ro,768k(bareboxenv),4M(kernel),-(root)"

kdev="/dev/
nand0.kernel.bb"
rootfs_mtdblock_nand=3




But i see no NAND in devinfo


- - Christian




Von:        
Eric Bénard <eric@xxxxxxxxxx>
An:        
barebox@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Datum:        
29.03.2012 14:04
Betreff:        Re: Create NAND Partition through barebox
Gesendet von:        barebox-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx





Hi,

Le Thu, 29 Mar 2012 13:55:43 +0200,

christian.buettner@xxxxxxx a écrit :
> i need to create a NAND Partition through the barebox prompt to be able to
> flash a kernel image on it.
>
>.../...
>
> I tried using
> $ nand -a /dev/nand0.*
>
> Nothing happens..
> What is wrong?
>
do you have the partition definition in your /env/config file ?

Eric

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