[LinuxBIOS] Willem EEPROM Programmer
roger at eskimo.com
Mon May 14 08:33:36 CEST 2007
On Mon, 2007-05-14 at 01:09 -0400, Corey Osgood wrote:
> Too late, bought it about a month ago. Flashrom doesn't work on this
> particular board, and besides, a dedicated programmer *should* be faster
> than booting up, flashing, and then rebooting (unless you stripped a
> distro down to nothing just for that purpose). It's almost guaranteed
> that it'd be faster than this system: boot up, copy rom from usb to
> floppy, reboot from disk, flash, reboot again. Also, I bought it from a
> canadian company (mcumall), and through ebay, no dealings with any dutch
> companies ;) Afaik, the Willem schematics are free for the taking, so
> anyone can build and/or sell one. I think I'm about to find a windows
> 98se cd and install that on whatever I can find, and see if this thing
> actually does work.
Have you tried Uniflash?
It run in DOS and is written in Pascal. I used a FreeDOS livecd...
matter of fact, even installed FreeDOS to a 2nd partition with Uniflash.
Uniflash supports a vast number of flash parts.
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Sun May 13 23:31:49 PDT 2007
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