In the new version of Beagleboard REV.C, it was deployed Micron 256M
LPDDR + 512M NAND. I would like to know which type of Micron current
product? In the documentation of OMAP3530 memory subsystem (http://
focus.ti.com/lit/ug/sprufa1c/sprufa1c.pdf), I only found the memory
stack configuration with one 32bit LPDDR on CS0. But in the Micron
current product for Beagleboard (http://www.micron.com/products/mcps/
beagleboard_partlist), all of 2Gbit memory product for Beagleboard is
combined the dual 1Gbit 32bit LPDDR in one MCP(NAND+LPDDR) package,
example for "MT29C4G48MAPLCJI-6 IT"
my question is how does the Beagleboard Rev.C organized the memory
stack? wether CS0 addressing first LPDDR and CS1 addressing second
Where can I get the source code of xloader for Beagleboard Rev.C, and
the Rev.C was supported by u-boot and Linux Kernel?