when using NAND-Boot mode with the block skipping feature
on the BF548, the kernel reads the electronic signature. Byte 4
of this signature reports size info about the device. Unfortunately
some devices don't adhere to the coding used by the kernel, esp.
for the block size. But if this is detected too low or too high, the
block skipping feature will fail.
If my early boot code fits into the first block, I would be able to
patch the block size info. Does anyone know how to do this?
Thanks & kind regards,