Now I trying to use your OpenBMC port.
I followed the instructions and everything was fine (compiling, reading and flashing). I waited several minutes after flashing, but the module didn 't blinked like in the vendor rom, nor did it receive an ip.
I halted the
system because I thought maybe it needs a cold start.
After this, the system doesn't boot with the module plugged in. The fans begin to spin for approximately 1/4 second, but nothing else.
My two fans (1 cpu & 1 chassis) have 3 pins and are low speed (~1000rpm)
case I have to reflash the module, is it possible to hotplug
Thank you very much for your support.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 To try the OpenBMC port you don't need to solder anything; you just need to find an ASMB4-iKVM module and program it. Soldering is for if you want access to the JTAG connector for low-level development (U-Boot development, mostly). https://www.asus.com/Commercial-Servers-Workstations/ASMB4iKVM/ The ASMB5-iKVM also works from a hardware perspective, but both may be hard to find as the KGPE-D16 and the Opterons it uses are now out of production. On 02/14/2018 04:50 PM, Elisenda Cuadros wrote:Yes, I cleaned the CPU before but it's obvious it wasn't shiny :-) . I want to try your OpenBMC port. I readed I have to solder the 20 pin connector. Pin 1 is the squared shape, isn't it? But which is Pin 1 in the female connector? Best regards, - Eli On 14/02/18 23:42, Timothy Pearson wrote: Good to hear. I was going to mention bad CPU but that seemed unlikely; on this end we always make sure the CPU contacts are shiny before attempting boot so that could explain the discrepancy. On 02/14/2018 04:38 PM, Elisenda Cuadros wrote:Thank you for your reply Timothy. I removed the heatsink and cleaned the cpu contacts. Now it boots. Thank you for your support. Best regards, - Eli On 14/02/18 22:46, Timothy Pearson wrote: Dead / incompatible DIMM, DIMM(s) in wrong slots, or damaged mainboard. The fact that the vendor BIOS won't post is a very bad sign, since in our experience the vendor BIOS is far more forgiving of faulty DIMMs than coreboot (basically, the vendor BIOS will show something on the VGA port even if the DIMMs are completely damaged and unable to properly store data). On 02/14/2018 03:28 PM, Elisenda Cuadros wrote:Hello, I recently bought an Asus KGPE-D16 board, with an Opteron 6238 and 4 Micron MT18JSF25672PDZ-1G4F1DD modules. Firstly I tried to boot with vendor BIOS but I don't get any output on VGA. I have a PCI Post Card and it seems it arrives to 3E and then I think it enters in a loop. I flashed Coreboot with default settings just to try to get some more useful logs. The result I think is more or less the same, it doesn't arrive to payload. Memory is installed in A2,B2,C2 and D2 slots. I spent multiple hours trying to figure where is the problem. Do you have any ideas? I attach the console log. Thanks in advance. Best Regards, - Eli-- Timothy Pearson Raptor Engineering +1 (415) 727-8645 (direct line) +1 (512) 690-0200 (switchboard) https://www.raptorengineering.com-- Timothy Pearson Raptor Engineering +1 (415) 727-8645 (direct line) +1 (512) 690-0200 (switchboard) https://www.raptorengineering.com- -- Timothy Pearson Raptor Engineering +1 (415) 727-8645 (direct line) +1 (512) 690-0200 (switchboard) https://www.raptorengineering.com -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1 iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJahL47AAoJEK+E3vEXDOFbtcoIAJkkd0yqvExnFwqrx2j91sUF jPkMCTd1lKPMPOYp8lFfDeG9hcBP8RBpuf/G32bhGvjArVEwIgqPWghiygLK6W6M yn+I+utV6N2XxAzO/y0lnJYtswOF7Ppq9TutBENGdfwh5vlm5sCpLbcp30Fvbd9L vdUkBhhzfb3BBN/87RvqGzxWiqgYkoOYtfXy7ZndpIFNzeSqsY0+z79uQhrW9EEf d44OIR/dxJ3nC5pQAlZtbC6jxI1TsP79cUP5d6BZgJfaMCVliNtc/Tat/gTM4kyH SniuCwEVoPOCxGCUufw6UOZtElm8BlCCE07XclzkkmH9Rk8WugXhhwrnR3yNU+k= =LqqY -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----