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Old 12-09-2007, 11:01 PM   #1
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Pxa320 Bsp


Hi, new to the forums and linux. I have an MV320 BSP for linux support. 128MB NAND flash, 128MB SDRAM, BSP includes blob, mobm (mini-bootloader with nand loader). Board support is Zylonite. I am looking to change for NOR flash booting, the bootloader does allow the selection for this, however I am getting compiler error on flash_descriptor not define for intel_zylonite_nor_flash driver.
1) I am looking for any information for NOR flash support on this board- MV320
2) Is there any more information on the MV320, or Zylonite platform. The documentation I received from the vendor is minimal, and not in my language.

Thanks in advance.
 
  


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