@@ -225,7 +225,7 @@ release the chip again.
Some NOR chips power on with all of the eraseblocks in a locked state.
The MTD layer doesn't unlock these devices by default. If you are accessing
these devices from user-space, you can use the <CODE>flash_unlock</CODE> tool to
-unlock the MTD device(s). If you are using the MTD device as aw rite-able root
+unlock the MTD device(s). If you are using the MTD device as a write-able root
file-system you will either need to have the boot loader unlock the eraseblocks
before booting the kernel, or add code to the MTD map driver for your board to