util/lbtdump in the v2 tree hasn't been updated in a while and I think
it may need adaptations for HIGH_TABLES and forwarding.
Do we want to rename it to cbtdump or cbtabledump?
Support for an external serial flasher protocol.
Supports RS-232, USB serial converters (untested) and TCP streams.
Signed-off-by: Urja Rannikko <urjaman(a)gmail.com>
Please commit my jedec.c readb to readn patch (or carldani's version
that i've only heard of in IRC) before this
- they're not dependent but without that patch this protocol is awfully slow.
Also attached is a simple specification of the protocol this code
implements, it hasnt changed much from my last mail,
but i attach it here so it's readily available in the same mail with
I also have the implementation of this protocol on the device side for
an Atmel AVR ATmega168 microcontroller, it is
also included just for an idea of how i implemented the device side
parser - it has GPL headers added to all files and COPYING
included to make it GPLv2+ for real, but has not otherwise been looked
at for release - the device it runs on is in a way very special,
so i think compiling that directly would be of little use to anyone atm.
as I posted on the blog of Uwe, I have a sony vaio pcg sr1k laptop, and
wonder if I could flash it with coreboot. The box has
Intel Corporation 440BX/ZX/DX - 82443BX/ZX/DX Host bridge chipset.
hovewer the results of the following commands are not encouriging, please
tell me if there is any chance to get coreboot working. Please find attached
the outpoot of the commands.
sudo superiotool -dV > siot.out
lspci -tvnn > lspci.out
sudo flashrom -V
Since i am working with adding libpayload usb stack to option rom, i have
been blocked with the usb_initialize function. I find that the size of
libpayload is 104K, but the max size of option rom is oxff * 512bytes. which
I am afraid our option rom can not works fine with usb stack properly. Is
there any other method for us to expand the rom size?
>Is the 740G chipset similar to the 780G?
Well the 780G has a HD based graphics core and the 740G is X-Series based I
think (X700) they just call it 2100 ..
So there is a difference.. you can see it on