stable-tracking test image
andy at openmoko.com
Mon Nov 17 15:09:46 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Andy Green wrote:
|> No, for sure the reset is partial, and I believe in both 2442 and 6410
|> cases that the steppingstone is not reloaded but re-used from the boot
|> on wakeup as it happens.
| On 2442, wiping out NAND and then suspending gives you a brick.
| Wiping out Steppingstone and then suspending works great.
| But I agree - a partial reset would seem a lot more logical than
| doing a full boot ...
I have read it somewhere I am sure... but the partial reset thing is
definitely a fact in the 6410 datasheet, they explicitly describe three
levels of hard reset. That's how come GPIO state are preserved on resume.
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