On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 8:19 PM, Patrick Georgi
attached to this mail you'll find support for the Intel Poulsbo chipset, the
first iteration of their System Controller Hub (SCH) designs that integrate
northbridge and southbridge into a single chip.
Thanks to our work with iWave Systems, we're able to release a first version of
coreboot for their system, the iW-Rainbow-G6. This also is included in this
We thank iWave Systems for their porting effort. Due to the massive upstream
development that happened since they started on this port, a considerable
effort was necessary to integrate the Poulsbo support into current coreboot.
For this reason the code might not work on the iW-Rainbow-G6 as-is. Also, a
number of shortcuts were taken where the board design and its deployment
allowed to, leaving a couple of features unsupported and code paths unfinished.
The code was provided to us under GPL terms, which iWave Systems agrees to (as
shown by them distributing coreboot in binary form), so I can sign off this
patch under sections (a) (for my own changes) and (b) (for the upstream
delivery) of the Developer's Certificate of Origin version 1.1.
Signed-off-by: Patrick Georgi <patrick.georgi(a)coresystems.de>
Doesn't "SCH" stand for something like "System Controller Hub"?
there a part number or something better that can be used for the
naming? I've got a feeling this isn't the last SCH that intel makes.