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Old 06-04-2009, 08:15 AM   #1
Mohit Joshi
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Question Test program for SDRAM, Nand-Flash in Linux for ARM9


Dear,
I am working on ARM based controller AT91SAM9260 from ATMEL.
It is already having Linux kernel in flash and I need to make a test program to check the peripherals are connected properly.
It has two 256kbits SDRAM and i need to just test that. The kernal has driver and i need to read and write the memory.
How to give commands to driver for memory configuration, read and write?
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