On Mon, 13 Jun 2016, Furquan Shaikh wrote:
> Hello Rolf,
> Thanks for the fix! Yes, the correction looks good. Please feel free to push
> this change to gerrit on coreboot.org.
thank you for your fast reply. I will try to push this change.
it seems to me that there is a slight formal mistake in calculation of
dst_size, which causes the ifwitool to crash.
I was able to fix it on my own with the following patch, which moves the
closing bracket one line ahead:
diff --git a/util/cbfstool/ifwitool.c b/util/cbfstool/ifwitool.c
index 7fca542..a1365bd 100644
@@ -1679,8 +1679,8 @@ static enum ifwi_ret ifwi_dir_replace(int type)
struct buffer dst;
- size_t dst_size = buffer_size(&ifwi_image.subpart_buf[type] +
- buffer_size(&b) - s->e[i].length);
+ size_t dst_size = buffer_size(&ifwi_image.subpart_buf[type]) +
+ buffer_size(&b) - s->e[i].length;
size_t subpart_start = s->e[i].offset;
size_t subpart_end = s->e[i].offset + s->e[i].length;
Could you please confirm if this correction is okay?
My EVB is Rangeley Mohon peak.
I was successfuly build and boot the coreboot on my EVB.
But, not running the GbE interface.
So, I was try to find the mailing list . and Got a some threads.
*1. **Message for **G**bE(**This is **perfectly same **that my issue**)*
=> But this mail is not include detail procedure.(some link a brokened.)
Anyway. got a important thing. That "Must need a descriptor.bin".
*2. descripter.bin *
=> This message recommand that It is easy, the descripter.bin is
extract from ADI's coreboot binary.
But i don't have a idea to extract from ADI's coreboot binary.
Please advise to me.
I did that more than 2 times with different Thinkpads. Just flash coreboot
in order to access the EEPROM via i2c in operating system (see. i2c-tools).
That's the easiest way I guess.
On 06/11/2016 10:15 PM, Peter Stuge wrote:
> Anthony Martin wrote:
>> what's the best way to attach to the WSON without desoldering it?
>> I don't really want to remove it but I will if necessary.
> Try soldering wires to the pads on the mainboard, but be prepared that it
> might not really work out.
> The WSON packages usually have an exposed center pad, so you'll need
> quite a bit of heat to get it off. Probably easiest with hot air.
Does anyone know where the BIOS EEPROM is on the Thinkpad T430s?
I've found an image online that shows the chip in a specific location
but I'm looking at a board that must be a different revision because
it's clearly not there.
I'm bringing an x230 to the conference next week in hopes that someone can
help me flash it ... I've failed every time so far.
And, I'll have a bunch of gear at the swap table, so if you flash the x230,
you can take your pick of it :-)
> I wanna build a payload using libpayload (Lpgcc).
> I wanna dsiplay a picture .
> Is there a function in libpayload doing this ?
You want to take a look at payloads/libpayload/drivers/video/graphics.c. It
contains functions that can display BMP files.
I would like to integrate gerrit into my jenkins to build coreboot and
do hardware tests with lava.
The jenkins can built a coreboot image and deploy + test the image via
lava on a device (currently only x60).
It's based on two jenkins job
1. compile coreboot
2. run lava job and wait for it's completion
But I would like also allow gerrit users to add a Lava user which
triggers a job on jenkins and get an result in the end.
jenkins config in .yml with jenkins job builder:
coreboot.config and lava job.yml used by jenkins jobs:
ps. it's github auth if somebody want access, just ask.
gpg: 390D CF78 8BF9 AA50 4F8F F1E2 C29E 9DA6 A0DF 8604