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On Fri, 12 Jan 2018, Jens Bauernfeind wrote:
I build openbios in the x86 version and added the openbios-bultin.elf as addtional payload to the image (with seabios as primary, so i could easily test openbios ) Unfortunately when I start it, it doesn't recognize the keyboard and several messages "cannot manage <device name>...." I know that the laptop keyboard is attached via PS/2, and in the drivers/pci.c is a PS2 Keyboard block.
This is not relevant to PS/2 keyboard but the "cannot manage" messages about USB devices reminded me that I've only ported the OHCI driver from coreboot so it likely won't work on a PC where UHCI (or EHCI) is more common. If you want to use USB peripherals then you may need to port at least one of those too. If you also want to boot from USB then maybe the usbmsc driver will also be needed which I've also skipped (I've only added a HID driver in OpenBIOS sufficient for a keyboard so that's the only thing expected to work currently).
In case you've tried booting from an HDD not from a USB drive then I'd check if that has a driver (if the ATA/SATA controller is mentioned in one of the cannot manage lines then it's likely missing a driver). Looking at drivers/pci_database.c I think we only have driver for virtio and CMD646 based IDE controllers although the IDE one may work for similar controllers, but I'm not sure about that.
Regards, BALATON Zoltan