[LinuxBIOS] hotplugging flash piece on A8N-E / ROMSIZE
pawn2be.wild at yahoo.de
Mon Aug 27 00:31:37 CEST 2007
Peter Stuge schrieb:
> It may not be best practice to hotplug, but it is rather safe since
> the chip is never accessed once the system is running.
saves plug cycles and time ...
>> Even an 8 Mbit piece 49LF080A works with the Asus a8ne, so
>> maybe a kernel may be squeezed in there as well.
> Yup, but only with a minimum of drivers.
a 2 MByte piece was used to contain LB + Kernel. I guess a 2 MByte flash
would work in A8N-E , too.
currently I am trying to manage with the variables ROMSIZE , IMAGE SIZE
asf. to build a ROM with correct size 512 KB, which seems tricky for
some obscure reason. --Q
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