Hi Peter- I had already testes the coreboot + Linux kernel without SeaBIOS, that works fine. But I do want the rest of the boot menu presented by SeaBIOS because I usually use Windoze as well.
Even if I put the initrd inside the kernel, that can't be loaded by SeaBIOS unless the whole thing is an ELF file, right?
How would that step go (vmlinuz -> ELF)?
Peter Stuge firstname.lastname@example.org schrieb am Do., 18. Apr. 2019, 06:06:
Rafael Send wrote:
Alternatively, would it be possible to create an ELF file out of a Linux kernel+initrd / bootable image?
Sure, and I find it far more attractive than arcane floppies, charming as they are.
Build your kernel to include your initramfs, the kernel config option is CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE.
Then use that kernel as payload. This page may be useful:
Note that using Linux as payload was the very origin of coreboot.
This may also be useful, though AFAIK nobody has confirmed that it works:
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