Oh, no the segfault happened when using qemu/serialice v1.5 and is solved
using qemu from svn, on 32-bit hardware too.
In my previous message I forgot to attach the superiotool dump -- see
Following quote is after soft reset, typing some text and hitting the reset
SerialICE v1.5 (Aug 27 2010)
Since the southbridge and superio datasheets mention the existence of two
serial ports, I followed their guidance.
I thought that (the console printing part of) SerialICE, when setup the
correct way, should survive a hard reset/power cycle regardless of the qemu
part is running or not.
Since I don't have an oscilloscope, I've tried setting CLKSEL to 24 MHz and
CONFIG_PORT, 0x24, 0xb4); // 24 MHz and KBC=1
pnp_write_register(SUPERIO_CONFIG_PORT, 0x24, 0xc4); // 48 MHz and KBC=1
What information is leading, the info from the superio or the info from the