On 1/28/08, Torsten Duwe <duwe(a)lst.de> wrote:
On Monday 28 January 2008, jakllsch(a)kollasch.net wrote:
> I've been trying to run the hello.elf example. I have trouble
> loading it from an ext2 file system, I get an message:
> ok report-disk
> ok boot /pci/pci-ide@1,1/ide@0/disk@0:\hello.elf
> Boot device: /pci/pci-ide@1,1/ide@0/disk@0:\hello.elf
> Unimplemented package interface procedure
> Anyway, tips on this would be appreciated.
I've had the same problem, and solved it (look for "... virtual mode"
2007-10-08 in the archives). However, the commit procedure to OFW is somehow
unclear, at least to me. Currently, only Mitch commits to the x86 part of
OFW, and blueswirl hacks on sparc -- any others?
More specifically I only hack OpenBIOS/Sparc, not OFW or coreboot.
Mitch, do you insist on checking all patches to the x86 part
yourself, or do
you allow commits by others? One Ack or two? Or must we split/branch the
repository for OFW as coreboot payload?
If it's not too much trouble, I'd ask that at least the mailing list
should be split between OpenBIOS/OFW/coreboot.