[PATCH] fix rfkill initialization value - use this instead
werner at openmoko.org
Fri Nov 28 09:42:58 CET 2008
Sean McNeil wrote:
> I'm going to patch jffs2 here to stop being so chatty.
By the way, why is this ? A chatty JFFS2 usually means that there's
something much more serious amiss.
If you're having ECC problems, you may want to check that your kernel
has the NAND non-word read fix, commit
If it does and you still get lots of errors, then your rootfs image
may have been written with the wrong ECC algorithm. In this case,
you'll get bit corruption (detected by JFFS2 as a CRC error) whenever
you read a block where the difference between the stored and the
calculated ECC suggests a "correctable" single-bit error.
In this case, the only real remedy is to throw away the corrupt
rootfs and to flash a new image, or to completely sidestep the
problem and use a rootfs on microSD instead of NAND.
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