[DEADLINE IS NOW+48 hours!]
thanks to Paul and Florentin for announcing they will come and thanks to
Paul for submitting a talk!
Who else is coming?
Do we want one or two tables?
On 21.10.2015 10:15, echelon(a)free.fr (Florentin) wrote:
> * for the stands count me in : I can bring my AMD boards and if all is going well I will be able to do demos on my G505s laptop. (I will also bring various electronic stuff and tools..)
> * for the main tracks I cannot help unfortunately
> * for the lightining traks I have some (bold!) ideeas but they are not mature yet (and I must first discuss with you about this .. maybe on irc..)
On 31.10.2015 10:41, Paul Kocialkowski wrote:
> I will definitely be around at FOSDEM, not sure I should have a seat at
> the table at this point (I'm still pretty new to the community), but I'd
> be happy to come by!
> ----- Mail d'origine -----
> De: Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006(a)gmx.net>
> À: coreboot <coreboot(a)coreboot.org>, flashrom <flashrom(a)flashrom.org>
> Envoyé: Tue, 20 Oct 2015 23:20:56 +0200 (CEST)
> Objet: [coreboot] FOSDEM deadlines now!
> we obviously want to participate in FOSDEM.
> ACT NOW!
> Some deadlines already expired. Some can still be managed.
> Main track talks: Deadline 2015-10-30 (10 days left)
> One hour of entertainment, huge audience.
> Anyone up for the challenge?
> Stands: Deadline 2015-11-13 (24 days left)
> I can send in the proposal if I'm not going to be alone there.
> How many tables do we want for our stand/booth(s)?
> Who is coming?
> Lightning talks: Deadline 2015-11-27 (38 days left)
> Short and to the point. Your 15-minute elevator pitch.
> Can you sell the project?
> All deadlines are at 23.59 UTC
> Developer room proposal: Deadline EXPIRED
> Maybe some developer room will accept talks/demos from us.
On Mon, 9 Nov 2015 19:27:49 -0700
Jose Luis León <zenky1(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I did modify the file patch and replace this:
> + .name = "LE25FU406C/LE25U40CMC",
> for this:
> + .name = "LE25FU406C",
> and execute the command:
> flashrom -p serprog:dev=/dev/ttyACM0:115200 -V -c LE25FU406C -o log2.txt
> and show information interesting
please leave out the -c LE25FU406C parameter. We need to see how the
chip replies to probes for other chips as well.
flashrom -p serprog:dev=/dev/ttyACM0:115200 -o probe.txt
The command above should suffice. Please reply again with the probe.txt
Kind regards/Mit freundlichen Grüßen, Stefan Tauner
I did modify the file patch and replace this:
+ .name = "LE25FU406C/LE25U40CMC",
+ .name = "LE25FU406C",
and execute the command:
flashrom -p serprog:dev=/dev/ttyACM0:115200 -V -c LE25FU406C -o log2.txt
and show information interesting
Link in choapp
attach of log:
Log full: http://chopapp.com/#i794hbux
flashrom -p serprog:dev=/dev/ttyACM0:115200 -V -c LE25FU406C
flashrom v0.9.8-r1888 on Linux 3.19.0-25-generic (i686)
flashrom is free software, get the source code at http://www.flashrom.org
flashrom was built with libpci 3.2.1, GCC 4.8.4, little endian
Command line (5 args): flashrom -p serprog:dev=/dev/ttyACM0:115200 -V -c
Error: Unknown chip 'LE25FU406C' specified.
Run flashrom -L to view the hardware supported in this flashrom version.
look this information:
zenky@zenky-HP-Mini-110-1000:~/Descargas/flashrom-0.9.8$ flashrom -L | grep
LE25FU406CSanyo LE25FU406C/ 512 SPI
is it normal the / about last character?
Hi, here what I did:
0) The board has an external GPU in it that has an option rom, and the
OS is GNU/Linux in BIOS mode. My CPU doesn't have a GPU.
That is important, because in some other configuration, flashrom
complained that something was accessing the flash.
1) flashrom -p internal -w build/coreboot.rom
2) poweroff (I've systemd, so that powers off the board cleanly)
3) boot and see some coreboot logs (the port is WIP)
4) take off the flash chip, dump it from another computer with an
external programmer (openmoko in my case).
5) compare md5sum with build/coreboot.rom => fails, compare both images
with vbindiff => some zones are different.
Unlike with my Asrock E350M1 (I reported the issue on IRC for that one),
this time I didn't bother looking at what the differences were.
On Thu, 5 Nov 2015 03:38:14 +0800
Greg Tippit <greg(a)tippitt.net> wrote:
> First off, thank you for your work on such a useful program. I have
> used it more times that I can remember, and I have never had a single
> problem flashing a motherboard BIOS using your program. If you
> accepted PayPal donations, I would buy you all a beverage of your
> I have a new stick PC from China called the MeeGoPad T02, which uses
> an Intel Atom SOC.
> They have a little English support at x86pad.com, where I found a
> updated BIOS for this device.
> When I made of backup of the existing BIOS on the device, I got the
> message about it not yet having native support. The read seemed to go
> okay. I have attached a copy of the verbose output as you requested.
> Assuming all the normal warnings, is it safe to try flashing the new
> BIOS using flashrom, or should I wait for you to work your "Native
AFAICT it should work fine. However, full support was already added and
is available since commit r1889. So you could also upgrade if you like.
I'd appreciate a report afterwards in any case. ;)
Kind regards/Mit freundlichen Grüßen, Stefan Tauner