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On Thursday, January 23, 2020 10:01 AM, Nico Huber <nico.h(a)gmx.de> wrote:
On 23.01.20 10:41, Mogens Jensen via coreboot wrote:
The guide is two years old, maybe something has
changed in coreboot since then, so more steps are required to get the video working?
or maybe less steps are required. coreboot has an open-source graphics-
init option for this board (libgfxinit). I'm not sure if it was tested
for the Intense PC. But please try: Remove the VBIOS, and make sure you
have these in your .config:
If that doesn't work, keep the VBIOS and make sure to have
Otherwise coreboot and SeaBIOS would both try to init graphics. I guess
this is what is going wrong with your current config.
If libgfxinit doesn't work, and you want to help to get it running, you
can enable CONFIG_DEBUG_ADA_CODE and fetch a log via `cbmem -c` once
Linux is running.
Please report back in any case :)
Thanks for your help. Both the suggestions you provided made video output work. I prefer
to use the open-source libgfxinit option so I need one blob less.
My Intense PC is now running latest coreboot, I can use the boot menu etc. and the things
I have tested so far seems to work. Very cool.