"varverify32init.patch" in the attachments. To apply a patch please copy it
to the coreboot directory, "cd" to coreboot, and - if seabios is already cloned
(e.g. after building a coreboot once, followed by a "make clean" of course)
run " patch -l -p1 < varverify32init.patch "
Sorry, my previous message had a typo, the final results for testfunc() :
(1) = OK, inside " cbfs_copyfile "
(2) = OK, inside " coreboot_cbfs_init "
(3) = ERR, inside " cbfs_run_payload "
P.S. I'm using the default "menuconfig" settings,
On Sun, Feb 25, 2018 at 11:55 AM, Paul Menzel <pmenzel(a)molgen.mpg.de> wrote:
Am 25.02.2018 um 01:05 schrieb Mike Banon:
> Friends, I need your help. While trying to improve SeaBIOS I got stuck
> at this very strange problem - which does not appear when you do a
> standalone build of SeaBIOS but it happens when you try building a
> coreboot together with SeaBIOS. Steps to reproduce:
Please attach your patch, so that it can easily applied and the build