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Getting started with FAT Filesystem on SD/MMC cards over SPI
- Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2008 09:04:36 +1000
- From: chrisj at rtems.org (Chris Johns)
- Subject: Getting started with FAT Filesystem on SD/MMC cards over SPI
Joel Sherrill wrote:
> Robert S. Grimes wrote:
>> Chris Johns wrote:
>>> Robert S. Grimes wrote:
>>>> P.S. Sounds like a request for a "HowTo" on my part - I'd be happy
>>>> to write one for the Wiki...
>>> This is a work in progress and I will be updating these pages.
>>> Any feedback is welcome and any updates to the pages even more welcome.
>> Hi Chris,
>> Thanks - I'll be sure to provide any feedback/updates from my
>> Hi Joel,
>> Shouldn't we set up a HowTo link on the Wiki main page, in a prominent
>> location? This page would be an index into contributed HowTo articles
>> that users may freely add.
> Just added it along with a HowTo Wiki page with a couple of links.
> Also added a link to the File_Systems page
Thanks and sorry about this. I forgot I had written this page. The search
failed yesterday but works today after being linked from the main page. I
wonder if linking the page effects the searching.
>> I searched the Wiki yesterday before posting, and did not find his
>> page. I searched for "filesystem", which provided several general
>> RTEMS feature pages, but not the above page; in order to find that
>> one, you need to enter "file systems". If you enter "file system"
>> instead, then you get another page from Chris:
>> but not the other one.
>> This is not the first time I've been referred to useful information on
>> the Wiki that I could not find using the search feature.
> That says a lot about how far the Wiki has come. But it also shows
> that information categoriization and management is every bit as
> important as information creation. :-D
I only added it yesterday in response to the posting. It may take a while for
the search data to catch up. :-)
> Can you please take Sebastian's information along with whatever
> you can put together as you go into the beginnings of a chapter in
> the BSP Guide on i2c, spi and serial buses? Even if you just keep
> raw text with the information and get me to format it when you
> are done, it would be a big leg up. It is a hole in that manual
> that needs to be addressed.
> To everyone, the BSP and Driver Manual is always going to be
> a work in process. Please submit changes, improvements, new
> chapters on different device drivers. It is a very difficult manual
> to make sure it covers everything and as things change, it is the
> hardest to keep up to date and cover new topics.
>> Thanks for the continued great efforts!