On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 19:09:06 +0200 Raven email@example.com wrote:
Hello again, can not say it in english, but in german: Ich denke deine "glückwünsche" haben geholfen!!! :-D
Now i'm at home and tested again. And it works! ;-) Sometimes the reader still "locks up", but the verify is always good! Maybe my computer at work is bad or it's an ubuntu problem. Here at home i have LMDE (debian).
Unlikely. Probably you just have bad luck with the timing of the USB data stream.
The same chip works well here. I attached logs from read, write, erase and verify. If you need more tests, just tell me. The exact name of the chip is "*M25P16VG*".
I'll mark the flash chip as fully tested and will commit that later together with other small changes.
About the AT45DB161D: It's still red and says "no" on the homepage. Because of this i thought its not supported.
And i test it with the AT45DB011B, let's see if it works. ;-)
Oh you are right. I forgot to update the wiki after merging quite a bunch of patches.
For the AT-Chips: The resistor R1 is needed? And Vcc connect to "hold" and "wp"?
The R1 is a so-called pull-up resistor. It pulls the voltage of /CS up to VCC. So the default if nothing is applied by the arduino is "unselected". Yes, /hold and /wp should be pulled up to high too (with or without a pull-up resistor does not matter too much because they are static anyway).