Stepan already commit it for me, I will fix it in one day.
I will submit svn diff for that in issue track for reference....
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Li-Ta Lo
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [LinuxBIOS] where do we stand
On Thu, 2005-12-01 at 01:19 -0800, yhlu wrote:
> 1. issue 36 for tyan other MB to enable CAR again.
> 2. issue 37: a. apic id liftting to way that kernel like and let bsp
> to stay with 0
> b. hw memhole: solve if hole_startk == some node
> Can you check the issue 36 and 37 at first? and I will produce another
> patch to fix it in one day....
I made some modification which make Tyan boards compile again. But the
last time I try it to boot on s2881, it failed.
Currently we have some other things to do in LANL so probably we won't
have time in the near future.
Is it O.K. to just commit the "built but not working" code to the SVN
so YhLu can proceed?
> or put that in another branch...
> I don't like to remove the NDA info from internal tree and produce
> patch again and again...
> On 11/30/05, Ronald G Minnich <rminnich(a)lanl.gov> wrote:
> > Yh Lu, what is the current state of your patches vis-a-vis the SVN
> > what's missing and/or waiting to be done?
> > thanks
> > ron
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Li-Ta Lo <ollie(a)lanl.gov>
Los Alamos National Lab
LinuxBIOS mailing list
I've completed testing EPIA-M video subsystem. Both with native AwardBIOS and with LX2.
Tests were performed with "x11perf -a -repeat 2". Video depth - 16 bit, 'via'-driver from unichrome project. No major differences at first site.
Should Barker's howto be expanded?
Sincerely, Anton Borisov
I would like to use LinuxBIOS on an embedded Geode GX1 platform.
The board is an Kontron ETX-mgx, and is has the following parts on board:
* CPU: Geode GX1 266 MHz
* Southbridge: CS5530A
* Superio: Winbond W83977F:
IDE, floppy, 2x serial, parallel port
* Phoenix BIOS 4.0 in a Am29F040B 512kx8 flash chip (TSOP package)
* 64 MB PCI 133 DIMM
* Compact flash slot
* USB controller (Compaq ZFMicor Chipset)
* Ethernet: Davicom DM9102AE
I want to use LinuxBIOS with FILO to boot a linux kernel from the IDE
My idea is to piggyback an empty flash chip on top of the BIOS flash
chip, and then use a switch to select the original
BIOS or a newly flashed one.
I am new on this list, and would appreciate some help to get this
project on the road!
My question is:
What would be the best way to get this started?
Can I use LinuxBIOSv1 or LinuxBIOSv2?
LinuxBIOSv2 seems newer, but it seems to lack support for the W83977F.
Thanks for any help!