however I am interested on a ready-to-use solution I still have a lot to
learn about coreboot and programs used and using coreboot. In the last
night I visited coreboot homepage and tested fx440 chipset. It was
interesting and learningful, but it takes some time I can program an EEPROM
with this mainboards. Maybe sometime sooner I can make tests if the
compatibility good enough. As my first experiences shows I must agree on
that I can do useful work for coreboot only later.
Peter Lemenkov <lemenkov(a)gmail.com> ezt írta (időpont: 2019. szept. 24., K,
пн, 23 сент. 2019 г., 19:53 Nico Huber <nico.h(a)gmx.de>de>:
On 23.09.19 18:05, garablaszlo21(a)gmail.com wrote:
First question is that how I can download i965,
i82801 libraries under
the coreboot structure to see it in menuconfig as chipset?
alas, you seem very unfortunate. i965 is not supported by coreboot, yet.
You'd have to write that from scratch, with very limited documentation
available. You can add roughly a year to your efforts (for somebody who
isn't experienced with firmware development, there's a lot to learn
Btw initial i965 support patches were submitted to gerrit a while ago
(bunled inside a large new mainboard patch unfortunately). Using them could
simplify things a little.
I hope that doesn't scare you off. Though, getting started with coreboot
is much easier if you choose a device with
supported chipset. Or even a
device with an already supported mainboard.
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