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In reply to: http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2007-May/021716.html
On Fri, May 25, 2007 at 09:40:47PM -0200, Uwe Hermann wrote:
On Tue, May 22, 2007 at 06:57:07PM -0500, Jonathan King wrote:
> Yes I am willing and able to help in any way needed!
Me too, for a long time I have wanted a MB that I could run coreboot on,
so I might just as well enable this one to run coreboot. That way I can
also run it without an election heater ( > 8MiB GPU). Since it's being
used as a home server.
Please post some more information about the mainboard:
- lspci -n
- lspci -vv
- lspci -tv
- lspnp -v
- cat /proc/cpuinfo
As far as I can see this board is very similar to the GIGABYTE
GA-M57SLI-S4, so for now we'll just modify that one.
Please apply the attached patch (which doesn't really change very much).
I have updated the patch to v2 trunk, and filled in the PCI bridge ids
Then build a FILO payload which is configured to display serial
debugging, and use the GRUB from your hard drive to boot the kernel.
Enable the maximum amount of debugging.
The result should be a /tmp/filo.elf file.
Then build the linuxbios.rom image by doing
$ cd targets
$ ./buildtarget gigabyte/m57sli
$ cd targets/gigabyte/m57sli/m57sli
Please record all the serial output in a file and post it here...
CPU and chassis fans all stops shortly before loading the payload,
leading to the hardware watchdog restarting the system after af couple
I didn't got past LILO because I only had SATA drives in the machine and
SATA didn't work.
What's the next step? How do I continue? How do I fix SATA?
Asbjørn Sloth Tønnesen
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