kernel can't boot

Wolfgang Denk wd at
Mon Dec 29 19:18:11 EST 2003

In message <200312290209.UAA07631 at> you wrote:
> Thank you for your wise instructions. I do as told . After I clear
> the clock_in_mhz environment variable the kernel boot. It goes well.
> Thanks again. :)

You are welcome.

> Our board use the Intel Flash 28F320C3T which driver for linux is not
> available now. I found that

What makes you think so? This flash chip  is  used  on  a  couple  of
boards and the existing Linux drivers work fine with it.

> I wonder if I want to develop the driver for myself, what should I do
> for the kernel?


Best regards, and a Happy New Year!

Wolfgang Denk

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