On 02/21/14 17:50, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 18-02-2014 00:53, email@example.com wrote:
I can confirm, that with your VSA, coreboot boots correctly on an S10 with SeaBIOS and loads (in this case) Slackware perfectly as below. I haven't got gxfb setup so there is no video at the moment, I'll start to run some tests tomorrow and let you know how I get on.
That's fantastic! I hope that I can find time in the coming days/weeks to get the coreboot toolchain set up and start testing with my Wyse devices.
Great work! -Jamie
Thanks, but I just followed the instructions others have written!
I haven't had much time to look at it again, but I'm planning to make a start at trying to get ACPI working. I've read through the suggestions on the website and I've extracted the DSDT table, now I've just got alot more reading to do before I have a go.
Amazing things are moving here again! I've been lurking for a while.
I guess this is a good time to bring up my earlier offer again.
For anybody that wants to help with this effort but lacks hardware,
I'm offering 2 Wyse S10 clients to 2 developers inc. power brick, upgraded memory to 256mb (from the default 128mb) and 1 GiB Disk on Chip module on the ATA port connected (by default there's no storage option at all).
The 1gb is nice enough, I'm using it with Debian on it, it's slow, but bearable.
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