On 13.02.2017 09:55, Mark Cave-Ayland wrote:
On 22/11/16 07:58, Thomas Huth wrote:
On 21.11.2016 21:07, Michael wrote:
Hello Zoltan, hey list,
On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 07:15:21PM +0100, BALATON Zoltan wrote:
This is a bit confusing. There are multiple implementations of the IEEE standard (commonly referred to as Open Firmware) and one of these is also called Open Firmware. These are listed under Implementations on the left of the page at www.openfirmware.info. Another implementation used by QEMU for
Yes and I looked at them. But they are either very old or not usable for ppc (too much work to implement a new arch).
By the way, https://www.openfirmware.info/SLOF seems to be very outdated, too. The links do not work anymore. Could anybody with write-access to the wiki please update the page and point to the git repository? The URL is https://github.com/aik/SLOF/
I've now updated the relevant page on the OpenBIOS wiki to point to the new SLOF repository URL - let me know if there are any other changes required.
Thanks a lot for the update! If you've got some spare minutes, it would also be great if you could change the wording of the last two items a little bit, since this has apparently been written in the very early days of SLOF and is not up-to-date anymore:
- Instead of "Pseudo Open Firmware", please write "An Open Firmware implementation" (since most of IEEE1275 has been realized nowadays)
- Instead of " Low Level Firmware for IBM's JS20 (closed source)" please write: "Low Level Firmware for IBM's JS20, JS21 and the YDL PowerStation (partially closed source)"
- And maybe add an additional entry like this: "Firmware for the emulated 'pseries' machine of QEMU"