I'm trying to bring up support for Gigabyte GA-MA785GM-US2H. Actually
there is GA-MA78GM-US2H and GA-MA785GMT-UD2H that are similar.
GA-MA785GM-US2H only differs from GA-MA785GMT-UD2H that it's DDR2 and
AM2+ instead of DDR· and AM3, so, i copy the folder ma785gmt to
ma785gm and started to change places where appear as am3 to am2r2 and
ddr3 to ddr2.
To finish I look the differencies between GA-MA78GM-US2H and
GA-MA785GMT-UD2H and I see that config AMD_UCODE_PATCH_FILE of
GA-MA78GM-US2H is mc_patch_01000095.h and GA-MA785GMT-UD2H is
mc_patch_010000b6.h. I don't know what to apply for GA-MA785GM-US2H,
if *95.h is used when the socket is am2+ and *b6.h when it's am3 I
have to use *95.h, but, if *95.h is used when the chipset is 780 and
*b6.h when it's 785 I have to use *b6.h. So the question is what it's
the difference between the two mcs and which one should I use for a
785g chipset am2+ motherboard?
Thanks in advance.
I think it is time to remind the coreboot hackaton in Prague which will take
place last weekend at the end of May (27,28,29)
There is still a http://doodle.com/2n4h3gcugwvs6c9k poll if others wants to join
in. The even will take place in Prague, Czech Republic. Most likely at the
university building in city centre. The accommodation could be arranged at the
dormitory or in any other hotel/hostel.
Now a bit to a programme and this is where you all can jump in!
I think we could also do a short Prague sightseeing/social events too ;)
Following patch adds subsystem callbacks for VT8237x and VT890 family of chipsets.
Tested only partially because the device on/off is done in strange way not using
the devicetree, which I might address in the future.
Signed-off-by: Rudolf Marek <r.marek(a)assembler.cz>