Trying to resolve some issues on FILO w/USB support on a new board with
Athlon64, 8151, 8131, 8111. It appears that when I turn on ohci, the
USB controller probes for devices but the CPU loses all PCI state after
it's enabled. As seen through HDT debugger.
This is a new board, so I'm not ruling out HW as the issue, but I'm just
curious if anyone has seen this on their boards?
Actuality Systems, Inc.
Well, I finally got myself a Linuxbios supported board (an EPIA
ME-6000). Later tonight I'm going to order a flash from Mouser to swap
out, but before I do, I have a few questions:
On board is a PLCC form factor 39SF020A. Mouser also carries the
39SF040A, which is a 512k ROM. The pinouts seem to be the same, but I'm
not sure whether the extra address lines are carried out anywhere. Does
anyone know whether the EPIA will be able to use the extra 256k?
Also, I was not planning on getting a BIOS savior. Does anyone have
experience with hotswapping flashes on the EPIA? Will bad things happen
if I do? Do I need to make myself an external board with chip select
lines, or can I just hotswap?
I see that the raminit lives in northsouthbridge/sis/735/ipl.S
There are conditionals for STD_FLASH, but how do I use this?
in my config, I tried
but it builds romimage without the reset vector, and an extra "docipl"
that's only 64k
Neither works correctly when written to flash.
can someone help this person, I am out until next week.
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Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2004 10:33:57 +0900 (KST)
Subject: Help for geode
Dear Ron Minnich,
I'm going to work on linuxbios for geode sc1200 board.
Could you provide me with a sample config file for it?
The linuxbios status page says nano/nano is supported but I could find
the config file.