Flashroms of more tha 2Mbits

Bari Ari bari at onelabs.com
Mon Mar 3 17:20:00 CET 2003

Ronald G. Minnich wrote:

>Except for these lovely intel parts, the 82802? series. I am using one now 
>that is low pin count, but 1 Mbyte. how does intel do it? they use 
>address/address multiplexing, which in the limit by design will allow 
>parts of up to 256 MBYTES (or 28 bits of address if my math is wrong :-0)
>Thus we will in the small low pin count package be able to fit linux 
>kernels once again. Lots of them! Very nice.
Linux kernels, EFI and all types of bloatware :-) if this silliness wins 
out. The firmware hubs with LPC interfaces will be the only way to go.


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