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i.MX6: Board-config for MTD and NAND

Question asked by Kristian Lein-Mathisen on Dec 18, 2013
Latest reply on Mar 25, 2014 by Stephen Dickey



We've got a custom board similar to Nitrogen6X (and SabreLite), where we've mounted a 8GB NAND chip (my schematic says K9LBG08U0D-PCB0). I cannot, however, seem to find an existing i.MX6 board that uses any chips like this.


I think my pads have been setup quite fine, but I'm struggeling with the NAND partitioning and drivers.


- How can I patch up my kernel board-config to setup NAND flash?

- Can my NAND-chip be auto-detected in any way?

- Where can I find a board-config example that uses a large NAND chip for main storage (and perhaps even sets up Android partitioning)

- What driver should I use for my NAND? "mxc_nand"? I see some use "physmap-flash" but that may be something entirely different


Thanks in advance,