On 17.04.2008 18:08, ron minnich wrote:
are you running on a dbe62? good news!
No, Mart Raudsepp ran it. I'm one of those strange people who actually read logs and compare them to what would be expected by reading the code. By the way, diffing coreboot output at maximum verbosity before and after a patch is a great way to make sure the commit didn't do unintended things.
That's probably a mistake. If you set it back does it work?
You were the one making the changes (surely with a reason) and the new code seemed to work for you. I can prepare a patch but someone would have to test.
Marc Jones wrote that the current state of code is unlikely to work. That's another reason why I would like to know how the SPD_PRIMARY_SDRAM_WIDTH removal happened.