Am Dienstag, den 06.05.2014, 00:18 -0500 schrieb Scott Duplichan:
Paul Menzel wrote:
]I try to get KolibriOS running on the ASRock E350M1
with coreboot and
]SeaBIOS payload. Keyboard and mouse do not work  probably because
]KolibriOS needs PIC mode.
]Was somebody successful in getting KolibriOS working on a board with
]Is there an easy way to use PIC instead of APIC mode with coreboot and
]SeaBIOS or is APIC mode assumed everywhere?
The PS/2 keyboard mostly works with KolibriOS on my Asrock
E350M1 with coreboot+SeaBIOS. Out of about 10 tests, it did
fail once. In that case the SeaBIOS debug messages showed
that SeaBIOS did not detect the PS/2 keyboard.
I don't know why the USB mouse doesn't work. It works with
the OEM BIOS, but not coreboot+SeaBIOS.
Do you have a picture the KolibriOS kernel messages? You can enable them
in the KolibriOS kernel menu with the key `c` and then choose Yes/On.
If you want to see my build options (and rom
it is here:
Thanks a lot for providing this archive. Unfortunately the PS/2 mouse
still does not work with your coreboot + SeaBIOS image in the archive.
Which KolibriOS version do you use? Did you build it yourself or do you
use the distributed binaries? I use the image from May 1st.
I switched the SATA to IDE mode only to work around
AMD simnow problem. One line is added to agesa to work
around another simnow problem. Other changes are hacks
to get SeaBIOS to build from Windows. Building SeaBIOS
from Windows is truly a painful experience. When I modify
the makefile to work around a couple of problems with
the Windows build environment, git gets upset.
Interesting. Did you report that to the SeaBIOS developers?