<div>Is there a way by which I can use the external programmer to flash the complete chip at once. I mean There is the Linux BIOS image which includes the kernel and then there is the root file system and a fall back image. So that I can have a single file which I can generate and distribute.
<div>Have this been done before ?</div>
<div class="gmail_quote">On Jan 1, 2008 9:32 AM, Corey Osgood <<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>> wrote:<br>
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<div class="Ih2E3d">Phani Babu Giddi wrote:<br>> Hi Corey,<br>><br>> Thanks for your reply but I am not clear. Let me list the steps, may<br>> be that will explain the problem I see.<br>><br>> 1. I have a host target environment
<br>> 2. I build Linux Kernel image with initrd on the host<br>> 3. I also build the root file system on the host<br>> 4. Now I build Linux BIOS and specify the Linux Kernel as payload.<br>> 5. So at this point I have the .bin/.rom for Linux BIOS and an image
<br>> file for the root file system.<br>> 6. So my question was how do I get this on the flash device. Do I have<br>> to use an external programmer for this ? Because there is nothing on<br>> the target for me to run flashrom.
<br><br></div>Yep, you can use an external programmer, or you can use some other board<br>that's compatible with flashrom and your flash chip, by hot swapping the<br>flash chips.<br><font color="#888888"><br>-Corey<br>