Thanks a lot for your answer.
On 12.09.2017 01:29, Peter Stuge wrote:
diffusae via coreboot wrote:
> "Once you are running coreboot any subsequent flashes can be done
> internally, however you will have to force flashrom"
> Is that really possible, without any risk? Doesn't it irritating the
> embedded controller? Can I ignore the flashrom warnings?
Yes. No (which EC do you mean? why would it be irritated? why is the
output of a random program automatically correct?). Yes.
I mean the EC firmware of the x220, for keyboard, power management and
battery, etc. Or is it located on a different chip? I see, it's not part
of the flash chip layout.
Yes, you are right, but the warning sounds so strange. ;-)
Flashrom contains imprecise blanket statements.
Good to know
Be careful, and always have a way to recover from a non-working
An external SPI Flasher and a working image should be one way.
BTW: USB 3.0 is working, but one can't boot it via SeaBIOS.