Good day Masanori,
Please tell, do you observe the same results with more fresh Linux
It is known that Debian usually contains the outdated packages and
some of the problems there - may have already been fixed.
Try running something like the latest Void Linux (very nice fast
unique Linux distro without SystemD and really fresh packages,
e.g. it has Linux kernel 4.19 and intel-ucode20180807 package) - maybe
without the installation but just as a LiveUSB.
Here is how to install a package there, e.g. that microcode package
above - https://voidlinux.org/usage/xbps/#xbps-install1
While suggesting the instructions above I am assuming that you have
already made sure that your coreboot
has indeed checked out the 3rdparty/blobs repository where the blobs
are residing. If not, please check the output of
ls -al ./path_to_your_coreboot/3rdparty/blobs
вс, 24 февр. 2019 г. в 21:53, Masanori Ogino <masanoriogino(a)gmail.com>om>:
> Dear Coreboot developers,
> I installed Coreboot with ThinkPad X60s and Debian 9 and they run
> successfully, but I observe a weird behavior.
> Even though I had enabled blob for microcode update, the system seems
> to run without it. I saw the following message in dmesg:
> (I think this is not fatal since this is related to temperature
> monitoring, though.)
> > coretemp: Errata AE18 not fixed, update BIOS or microcode of the CPU!
> For comparison, I had installed `intel-microcode` package to the
> system and then the message disappeared.
> Is this intended behavior, misconfiguration, or a real bug?
> For reference, I uploaded the content of /proc/cpuinfo before and
> after the installation of `intel-microcode` package:
> Also, I uploaded a report to board-status:
> (I had also tried to install FreeBSD 12.0 and OpenBSD 6.4 but both of
> their installers failed to boot just after the kernel is loaded and
> located. I am not sure if this is related to this or not.)
> Best regards,
> Masanori Ogino
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