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|Author:||Gaya [ Thu May 28, 2015 7:50 am ]|
|Post subject:||Hardware issues with NAND?|
I got a utilte pro since last year and since the kernel 3.10 was released I can finally use it as AP without crooked USB-wifi dongles (2 network cards make an exceptionable router, but a router without WiFi AP is useless with the amount of mobile devices we have).
Now since I tried again with the kernel and changed the uboot flash to boot from the old kernels as my modified kernel (additionally removed drivers) failed to boot and such I came across an issue that I cannot write to the NAND anymore. Neither from within the OS via fw_setenv now via saveenv in u-boot.
fw_setenv doesn't return anything, fw_printenv returns the old value.
# setenv kernel uImage.new
does the job, saveenv also reports doing its job as it is writing the flash, printenv shows the new value then (as per setenv). After a reset the old value is back (uImage for example, whereas I expected uImage.new).
|Author:||Gaya [ Sun Jun 28, 2015 6:05 pm ]|
|Post subject:||[SOLVED] Re: Hardware issues with NAND?|
I did a uboot update:
http://www.compulab.co.il/utilite-compu ... oot_Update
From the ubuntu based image I couldn't update at first so I went with the method of booting uboot from the SD-card into my normal system (Gentoo). From there I changed, finally successful, the kernel parameter again. This time it was obviously saved.
Then the updatescript from the utilite ubuntu installation then worked.
Actually it updated the uboot from a 2009-version to a 2014.
>> Checking for utilities...
>> Checking that board is CM-FX6 (Utilite)...
Please input firmware file path (or press ENTER to use "cm-fx6-firmware"):
>> Looking for boot loader image file: cm-fx6-firmware
>> Looking for SPI flash: mtd0
>> Current U-Boot version in SPI flash: U-Boot 2009.08-cm-fx6-0.94+tools (Jan 2
>> New U-Boot version in file: U-Boot 2014.10-cm-fx6-2.2 (May 18 2015
>> Proceed with the update?
** Do not power off or reset your computer!!!
>> Erasing SPI flash...
Erasing 4 Kibyte @ bf000 -- 100 % complete
>> Writing boot loader to the SPI flash...
>> Checking boot loader in the SPI flash...
>> Boot loader update succeeded!
Actually this helped another issue. I replaced the SSD with another 256GB SSD. Sicne that time the utilite didn't boot without help as it would not recognize the SSD on the SATA port after a cold boot. It would need a "reset" on the serial console to actually boot up. Now i don't need that anymore
|Author:||AliceSilas [ Mon Apr 15, 2019 7:37 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Hardware issues with NAND?|
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