How do I re-flash when the WDT is enabled?

*** NOTE: By default the WDT is DISABLED in our products that use the AT91SAM9G20. This resolution only applies to customer applications where the WDT has been enabled by the customer. The reason it is disabled by default is because Atmel disabled it by default and it has been found that the Watch Dog Timer (WDT) on the Atmel AT91SAM9G20 can be unreliable. ***We have two methods that can be used to re-flash when the WDT is enabled.------------Method 1: Flashing from from Linux with watchdog enabled.Notes:If nowayout is 0, the driver pings the hardware watchdog immediately upon load but doesn't start the software timer until /dev/watchdog is opened for the first time. This gives the user's software control of when to start the software watchdog timer.So, if you have nowayout=0, and your software does not poke the dev/watchdog, right after you boot it up to Linux console, then you should be able to flash the rootfs and uImage without any problem.------------Method 2:a. Boot into U-boot and enter this command:mw fffffd44 00008000[Enter]*You may not be quick enough to enter this command by hand. To be quick enough, you should copy the above command and then when U-boot gives its prompt you just do a paste and press the [Enter] key.This command will prevent the box from rebooting.b. setenv wdt_dis mw.l fffffd44 00008000[Enter]*Note: letter l (el) not number 1. c. save[Enter]d. save[Enter]Now, you can do whatever within U-boot and it will not reset. Once you're done with U-boot, you can issue the command: reset[Enter] and the unit will reboot and re-enable the WDT.For future flash updates after having done the above Method 2, you can just go into U-Boot and issue the command and then do your update:run wdt_dis[Enter]Once done, reset the unit and the WDT will automatically re-enable.------------Again, the WDT is DISABLED by default on the AT91SAM9G20 products. This resolution only applies to customer applications where the WDT has been enabled by the customer.