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How to flash rootfs.ubi with UUU

Question asked by Jari Peltonen on Jul 2, 2020
Latest reply on Aug 3, 2020 by Jari Peltonen

Hi,

 

I'm using UUU tool to flash my SW image into NAND Flash on an iMX6ULL device. I compile a U-Boot image (u-boot.imx) and a root file system rootfs.ubi (containing Kernel, Device Tree and rootfs). I can flash both images into the device but the procedure does not execute all the steps in my command list file.

The last steps in my command list file are;

 

FBK: ucmd flash_erase /dev/mtd1 0 0
FBK: ucp files/rootfs.ubi t:/tmp/rootfs.ubi
FBK: ucmd ubiformat /dev/mtd1 -f /tmp/rootfs.ubi -S 11272192 -y -s 4096 -O 4096

FBK: sync
FBK: ucmd umount /mnt/mtd
FBK: done

 

The ubiformat part does flash the rootfs.ubi ok, but the following steps are never executed, probably because there's no pass/fail result returned to calling application. How should I modify my command list to make this work? I have tried to use 'acmd' for running ubiformat, but I haven't figured out a correct sequence that would fix the issue.

I would appreciate if you could give me any advice on this topic.

 

Thanks & best regards,

Jari

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