I've seen this question:

How can I flash_erase mtd0?

I have a similar problem with my mini2440. When I use

flash_erase /dev/mtd2 0 0

and then

nandwrite -p -N /dev/mtd2 uImage-mini2440

Everything seems fine, but when I reboot the version of the kernel is exactly the same as it was (shown with uname -a)

Why don't flash_erase and nadwrite work?


I was wrong. The command was working correctly. I had used a wrong version of the kernel. Thanks

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