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To make a NAND erase, you need to connect to your device while in uboot using minicom or cu. The device will usually be called /dev/ttyACM0. You might need to  
 
To make a NAND erase, you need to connect to your device while in uboot using minicom or cu. The device will usually be called /dev/ttyACM0. You might need to  
  
sudo chown uucp.uucp /dev/ttyACM0
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sudo chown uucp.uucp /dev/ttyACM0
  
 
to get the necessary right (even as root). Using cu, you can then access the Neo:
 
to get the necessary right (even as root). Using cu, you can then access the Neo:
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After connecting, you should get a prompt, where you can write:
 
After connecting, you should get a prompt, where you can write:
  
# nand erase clean rootfs
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nand erase clean rootfs
# nand erase clean kernel
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nand erase clean kernel
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To exit cu you need to type:
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~.

Revision as of 10:51, 27 September 2007

To make a NAND erase, you need to connect to your device while in uboot using minicom or cu. The device will usually be called /dev/ttyACM0. You might need to

sudo chown uucp.uucp /dev/ttyACM0

to get the necessary right (even as root). Using cu, you can then access the Neo:

cu -l /dev/ttyACM0

After connecting, you should get a prompt, where you can write:

nand erase clean rootfs
nand erase clean kernel

To exit cu you need to type:

~.
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To make a NAND erase, you need to connect to your device while in uboot using minicom or cu. The device will usually be called /dev/ttyACM0. You might need to

sudo chown uucp.uucp /dev/ttyACM0

to get the necessary right (even as root). Using cu, you can then access the Neo:

cu -l /dev/ttyACM0

After connecting, you should get a prompt, where you can write:

nand erase clean rootfs
nand erase clean kernel

To exit cu you need to type:

~.