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What is the goal to have two times the nand-part usage (the not working, and incomplete Installing to NAND is already heare)  ?? Could be better if this page has, for example a description of the NAND structure. nand-part output lets think there are 4 "partition table copy", probably to keep it working after 1 to 3 corrupted blocks set at this place, dd'ing bs=1M count=1, didn't allow to restore partition table in my case, do someone managed to restore it ????. Notice : the problem could be due to driver or something else Popolon (talk) 08:06, 13 June 2014 (UTC)

The problem seems to be related to Debieez image I used, (debian-nand.img file from february 15, 2014). This system image is very nice and really stable, but the size of the partitions are strangely smaller than the whole NAND, the boot partition start far behind the 2MB. When nand-part is used on this image it only destroy the table partition. The only solution was to restore using dd the mbr image. and then I was able to use nand-part as explained.Popolon (talk) 22:45, 5 July 2014 (UTC)