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Thanks a bunch. I've already played around with the environment using
cu in NAND u-boot. I'll hop on IRC and see what I can do. Thanks
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<pre wrap="">Matthew Lane wrote:
<pre wrap="">Does anyone know why my NAND is borked, and how I can fix it?
Reflashing it from NOR isn't working, as the latest gta02v5 and up
u-boot only gives the "boot" option and gives me a mtdparts error.
If I understood you correctly, you are experiencing the same problem as I was a
few weeks ago. I think the problem is that the NAND configuration (that is, the
configuration for the menu items in the NAND menu) is stored on a seperate
partition from the uboot, so reflashing won't change it (actually, this is
probably a good thing, because that way you don't have to rebuild your custom
boot menu everytime you update your uboot).
I fixed that by asking someone in the irc-channel to kindly send me a backup of
his u-boot_env partition and flashing it on my freerunner. And then, you could
also just boot into nand and reconstruct the boot menu manually (see
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/U-boot#Bootloader_prompt">http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/U-boot#Bootloader_prompt</a> for details)