Ahh, makes total sense ;)
Will try that when I get back to the lab - thanks Craig.
On 7/14/05, Craig Hughes <craig@...> wrote:
> If you have an XM gumstix, then you need to erase past 31. The XM
> goes all the way to 127, so:
> erase 1:2-127
> protect on 1:0-1;erase all
> will work on both XM and non-XM.
> On Jul 14, 2005, at 3:38 PM, Chris Clough wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > We're trying to get our Sandisk CF card working, and to make things
> > easier (we thought) we wanted to start from the beginning.
> > We've downloaded a new buildroot, built the image, and erased the
> > previous one (using era 1:2-31). After doing this, it doesn't seem to
> > wipe out the old file system.
> > We'd like to start fresh on the unit, but it seems like our attempts
> > don't work. We've totally messed up our initial install, so we have to
> > figure something out now.
> > Is there any low level format commands or apps we could use to do
> > this? We though era would take care of it, but it never seems to wipe
> > it permanently.
> > Craig, any thoughts?
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