[re-adding the list while we're at it]
On Tue, Jul 31, 2018 at 2:34 PM, David Hendricks
That header may be out of date
I had to manually download the microcode file corresponding to my
processor SKU from Intel. Use the link I sent you earlier to download
Baytrail_FSP_Gold4.tgz and see if the microcode headers included in
that tarball match your processor. The Atom on my Minnowboard Turbot
has a CPUID of 30679, so I needed to use M0130679901.h.
(note that the Minnowboard Max uses an Atom E3825, while the Turbot
uses an E3826 dual-core SoC or E3845 quad-core SoC)
On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 2:36 AM, zahra rahimkhani
> Dear David
> for Microcode file I just it from coreboot source from this path
> Is that good ?
> Thanks ,
> On Sun, Jul 29, 2018 at 1:18 PM zahra rahimkhani <zrahimkhani2014(a)gmail.com>
>> Hi David,
>> Thank you very much for your guide.
>> I got this comments on my config and changes it based on your config.
>> But I can not see any thing on output.
>> Could you tell me which Uart pins do you use on Minnowboard max
>> I used it 6 pin that are separately on board .
>> I would be grateful if you guide me .
>> I got my new config here .
>> Also , Could you tell me what is this parameter
>> On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 11:06 AM David Hendricks
>> <david.hendricks(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Zahra,
>>>> I got my config file here
>>> Thanks, that helps a lot!
>>> The last config that I tested is
>>> If you diff my config and yours, it seems you have several options
>>> disabled which I think you should try enabling:
>>> You can find these by using the search function in `make menuconfig`.
>>> Press '/' and type a Kconfig option.
>>>> I would be grateful if you check my config and tell me what is ifdtool
>>>> in Coreboot and how
>>>> I use it.
>>>> and How I find Intel ME file for my board and GBE for a network on my
>>> ifdtool is a tool for viewing and manipulating an Intel Flash Descriptor
>>> binary. The flash descriptor is a 4KB data structure at the start of the
>>> ROM's address space (offset 0x000000-0x000fff).
>>> To build it: `make -C util/ifdtool`
>>> To run it: `util/ifdtool/ifdtool`
>>> You'll probably want to use the '-x' option to extract the
>>> modules from an existing Minnowboard Max firmware image (e.g. the UEFI image
>>> that comes with the board). That will give you the ME and GBE files.