Now i have tested it with the new FILO together with coreboot and payloadlib, but get the same result. I can see that coreboot writing the table with the signature (LBIO) on address: 0x00000500, but FILO can't find this signature when it search the address range.
what should i do? how can i debugg this? I print out the whole memory during the FILO search and can not see any LBIO signature.
-----Original Message----- From: Stefan Reinauer firstname.lastname@example.org To: Masoud Fatollahy email@example.com Cc: "firstname.lastname@example.org" email@example.com Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 16:06:06 +0200 Subject: Re: [coreboot] Coreboot and stand alone filo
On 18.08.2010, at 15:55, "Masoud Fatollahy" firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
thanks for the response,
I have downloaded the latest version of filo from Subversion with $ svn co svn://coreboot.org/filo/trunk/filo
but this version requires the payloadlib of coreboot, it is what i don't want to use
, is there any other version which doesn't requir coreboot/payload/payloadlib?
Yes but you will have to fix it yourself, as I wrote in the other mail..
/Masoud -----Original Message----- From: Stefan Reinauer email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 13:06:36 +0200 Subject: Re: [coreboot] Coreboot and stand alone filo
On 8/17/10 10:05 PM, Masoud Fatollahy wrote: Hi,
I am trying to make coreboot v4 works with a old version of filo(stand alone).
I build the coreboot and definde a paload which has been build with an old filo which is not using payloadlib of the coreboot. when filo try to read the linuxbios table , but it can not find the signaturr LBIO. and it hangs.
Do i have to use filo and payloadlib of the coreboot, or is it a way to fix this problem. we don't want to have any depency between coreboot and filo.
The coreboot table parser in older FILOs does not support the "FORWARD" tag
I'd suggest that you use newer versions of FILO. However, implementing support for that tag in older versions should be rather straight forward, so you can give that a try, too..