Eric W. Biederman
ebiederman at lnxi.com
Mon Aug 11 00:18:00 CEST 2003
YhLu <YhLu at tyan.com> writes:
> Under 4G RAM linusbios_tables occupy 0x500-0xae0, cmos_util can find
> option_table even after rebooting.
> Under 6G RAM linuxbios_tables occupy 0x500-0xaf4, cmos_util can find
> option_table after power on but can not find it after rebooting.
> The only difference should be that rebooting don't execute auto.c again.
I am not really certain what is going on, but it doesn't sound good. Normally
I just reset the board and that is probably the right solution. I am still
struggling to get the new config tool usable, so I am a bit distracted.
We should be rewriting the table even during a reboot. So the fact
that this doesn't work indicates there is some kind of problem. What I
I can positively report that I have seen this. If I don't start
pushing my reset code into the tree in the next couple of days please
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