On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 05:18:49PM -0400, Stefan
We now have ACPI support in QEMU as well. In
SeaBIOS the TPM patches add
the TPM ACPI tables (SSDT, TCPA) if SeaBIOS is building ACPI tables. I
suppose this is still the correct thing to do.
I'd prefer to keep the ACPI code
unchanged. New users that want TPM
functionality on QEMU can use a newer machine type, and users that
want to use an older machine type for compatibility reasons should not
see changes to the ACPI definitions.
So there is no existing use case where SeaBIOS is the only firmware on a
platform (other than on QEMU)? I know coreboot can run SeaBIOS as a payload
and therefore I would agree that in this case coreboot should handle the