On Thu, 27 Nov 2003, gizara wrote:
If I remember correctly, Disk-on-Chip comprises NAND flash technology which
inherently cannot execute in place, strictly sequential (data) accesses...
So you would still need some sort of rudimentary boot flash(NOR) or other
ROM to execute code to first load the BIOS, then the kernal, into shadow,
then main (DRAM) memory locations, respectively.
yes, and ollie lo did this three years ago on sis 630. see code, read
I am terse right now, can't type much due to stupid pinched nerve, so bear
with me, but this was done and works fine. Ollie, can you fill in details?