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Subject: Re: Request to mailing list flashrom rejected
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2018 12:29:43 +0600
From: Константин Z <konstantin.z100(a)gmail.com>
I am correcting past mistakes: I've reduced the level of verbose.
First I erased the flash, then I read the contents of the memory, and
then wrote down the necessary dump.
After erasing on the chip, all memory is filled with zeros.
After writing the required dump, the necessary data was in the memory
of the chip.
So everything works correctly!
Thank you for developing the flashrom! If there's anything else I can
help, write to me.
2018-05-31 17:55 GMT+06:00 <flashrom-owner(a)flashrom.org>:
> Your request to the flashrom mailing list
> Posting of your message titled "Testing Atmel AT25DF161"
> has been rejected by the list moderator. The moderator gave the
> following reason for rejecting your request:
> "Hi Konstantin,
> thanks for your report. Your message got filtered, though. Your
> attachment exceeds our size limit (256KiB). Please reduce the
> verbosity of your logs; nobody is going to read half a million lines
> of hexdumps here ;)
> Also, a note on your write log: You missed to test anything but
> reading because flashrom detected that no data would change and didn't
> write anything:
>> Warning: Chip content is identical to the requested image.
> Please, if you have the time, test writing again with an image that
> differs from the flash contents.
> Nico "
> Any questions or comments should be directed to the list administrator
In the mean time i found a LE25FU206A chip and modified the patch to
support both chips.
So with this patch LE25FU206 and LE25FU206A are supported.
Unfortunately i have not found any datasheet for 206A.
So it's only guessing that the 206A is the same as 206.
I tested the 206A and it works.
Maybe someone has a datasheet and can verify the patch?
I have both chips and can test it.
This patchset contains a couple of experimental patches to allow me
to recover the ROM of a 96Boards Developerbox.
Basically I've hacked something together that appears to work and
am interested in thoughts and opinions before I invest time to
clean it up or optimize it any further.
The two patches are entirely separable; the only commonality is
that both are needed for Developerbox tool-free recovery to work
(and that both currently contain questions in the patch
Daniel Thompson (2):
programmer: Add Developerbox/CP2104 bit bang driver
flashchips: Add Macronix MX25U51245G
Makefile | 24 +++-
developerbox_spi.c | 296 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
flashchips.c | 40 ++++++
flashchips.h | 1 +
flashrom.c | 12 ++
programmer.h | 12 ++
6 files changed, 383 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 developerbox_spi.c