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Author Topic: Does anyone have the software cory1492 released?  (Read 277 times)

JTAG

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Does anyone have the software cory1492 released?
« on: October 09, 2020, 09:49:07 AM »

I am looking for the alauda based tool that cory1492 released.

It was previously discussed in the BT Homehub 3.0 page

https://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,10161.msg309609.html#msg309609

If anyone has the software please reupload as every site is dead and all links to download are also dead.

"Daniel Drake discovered that the Alauda IC supports raw access to the whole NAND page [2]. Allowing arbitrary data to be written to the main area and the spare (out of band) area used for ECC.  Which makes it a much more useful NAND controller.  Potentially putting it in the same category as a $2000 commercial NAND flash programmer. [3]

Daniel's Linux kernel device driver for the Alauda is broken today (and no longer maintained) but cory1492 has generously released his ported code that runs in userspace using the libusb library.  It works well in both Linux and BillyGatesWare.  [4]"

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