The 1.7.3 version of SeaBIOS has now been released. For more
information on the release, please see:
New in this release:
* Initial support for using SeaBIOS as a UEFI Compatibility Support
* Support for detecting and using ACPI reboot ports.
* By default, all 16bit entry points now use an internal stack to
reduce stack footprint.
* Floppy controller code has been rewritten to improve
compatibility. Non-standard floppy sizes now work again with recent
* Several bug fixes and code cleanups
For information on obtaining SeaBIOS, please see:
As previously discussed, I'll be generating the next seabios release
in the next couple of days. If there are any outstanding defects that
need to be addressed in this release, please let me know.
Did you ever get a chance to look over this patch?
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dave Frodin" <dave.frodin(a)se-eng.com>
> To: "Kevin O'Connor" <kevin(a)koconnor.net>
> Cc: "seabios" <seabios(a)seabios.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 5, 2013 8:45:11 AM
> Subject: Re: [SeaBIOS] [PATCH] Seabios: allow mapping of multiple PCI option ROMs to one
> Attached is the new option rom mapping patch.
> I was hunting around for an existing SeaBIOS ftn that would convert
> ascii strings to a binary value (i.e. sscanf) but couldn't find one.
> If there's already one in the code I can replace the text_to_binary()
> with it.
> I tested this on a AMD family14 platform. The vendev-map file I added
> to CBFS looks like this...
> Each line ends with a NEWLINE character (0x0A).
> On my test platform the actual graphics ID of the part is 10029804.
> The vgabios gets added to CBFS with the name "pci1002,9802.rom".
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