These are actually reasonable questions. I am wondering if, as you get each
answer, you can document it for others who
have the same questions.
On Sun, Mar 6, 2016 at 10:47 AM daoud yessine <yessine.daoud.92(a)gmail.com>
> how we can get the timestamp from coreboot ?
> what's the name of table in the source code in which the timestamps are
> saved ?
> What is the configuration needed to obtain the timestamp table ?
> coreboot mailing list: coreboot(a)coreboot.org
how we can get the timestamp from coreboot ?
what's the name of table in the source code in which the timestamps are
What is the configuration needed to obtain the timestamp table ?
I am a MS CS scholar of Virtual University of Pakistan, I want to
participate in GSoC 2016 for coreboot. Data Science, Networks, Information
security, digital forensics and ethical hacking are my core areas of
Currently, I am working on a research project on live forensics of GPU and
volatile memories like RAMs and Caches.
I am looking forward your guidance to start my contribution for coreboot,
thanks in anticipation.
On 03/02/2016 03:07 PM, Ben Gardner wrote:
> I'm all for a sane hosting location of memtest86+.
> I marked all patches that I'm current using in my personal tree with
> 'code-review+2' in gerrit.
> I've been sitting on Baytrail support patches.
> If you are OK with this being an active branch, I can send those patches along.
By all means, please push your patches. Even if we're not an official
upstream of memtest86, keeping it useful and enhancing it should
definitely be on our radar.
I'm all for a sane hosting location of memtest86+.
I marked all patches that I'm current using in my personal tree with
'code-review+2' in gerrit.
I've been sitting on Baytrail support patches.
If you are OK with this being an active branch, I can send those patches along.
On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 3:51 PM, Martin Roth <gaumless(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> I'm not really interested in taking over memtest86+, I'm just
> creating a repository that we can build from and run as a payload. I
> originally looked at having the build process download the tarball and
> apply patches, but once I got up to 10 patches, I opted for starting a
> repo instead. One of my patches is to brand this as a coreboot
> release of Memtest86+ so that it's not confused with the 'official'
> I supplied some patches to Doc TB for the 5.0 release, but i haven't
> talked to anyone there recently. If they wanted to make this the
> official upstream repository and not use the coreboot branding, I'd be
> fine with that, but that wasn't my intention in creating this repo.
> On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 12:56 PM, Paul Menzel
> <paulepanter(a)users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>> Dear coreboot folks,
>> There are patches up for review , creating a new memtest86plus
>> project .
>> Martin, as you are the author, could you please give a little bit more
>> The last Memtest86+ release seems to be from 2013, and looking at your
>> change sets there are a lot of patches applied from the distributions.
>> So there is not much maintenance going on upstream. I could not find a
>> mailing list, but there is some activity in the forum .
>> I am interested in what the goal is? Do we want to be the new
>> Memtest86+ upstream?
>> Have you talked to the Memtest86+ folks, so that they are informed?
>> Will they hand over the domain for example?
>>  https://review.coreboot.org/#/q/project:memtest86plus
>>  https://review.coreboot.org/#/c/13818/
>>  http://www.memtest.org/
>>  http://forum.canardpc.com/forums/73-Memtest86-Official-forum
>> coreboot mailing list: coreboot(a)coreboot.org
> coreboot mailing list: coreboot(a)coreboot.org
We are going to hold a 4 day coreboot convention in San Francisco, CA,
Monday June 13 - Thursday June 16. Google has agreed to host two very
nice conference rooms for those 4 days and we are also working to get
a block of rooms in a nearby hotel for a reasonable rate.
We plan for two days of talks structured talks, followed by two days
of informal discussion and classes. We will have the smaller room open
for hacking all four days. We'll provide flashing equipment and other
useful tools; let us know what you need.
There will be a fee for this convention - $250 for corporate employees
and $100 for students or individual contributors. If this is an
issue, please let us know on the form and we'll work with you on a fee
We have set up an outing on Tuesday night to the Long Now Foundation
for the first 40 paid registrations (Long Now has space limits) and
we're working on a visit to a local Hackerspace.
Whether you are part of the Open Source community, working for a
silicon vendor supporting coreboot already, or are just interested in
getting some hands on experience, our goal is to make this an
interesting and valuable meeting for all of us. You are welcome to
present talk proposals and subject areas you think we should cover. We
will be having a talk on RISC-V from Andrew Waterman of SiFive,
classes by senior members of the community, and discussions on future
Please indicate your interest via this form: http://goo.gl/forms/f8uqHHFL2S.
Additional information is available on the coreboot wiki:
Early registration closes May 1. We will send payment options when we
receive your registration.
We hope to see you there.
Ron, Stefan, and Martin