[LinuxBIOS] lxbios bug?
ward at gnu.org
Mon Apr 23 20:49:23 CEST 2007
I've just tried running lxbios on a gigabyte m57sli-s4 board that's running
LinuxBIOS. This was the output:
# ./lxbios -y ../LinuxBIOSv2/src/mainboard/gigabyte/m57sli/cmos.layout -a
boot_option = Fallback
last_boot = Fallback
ECC_memory = Disable
baud_rate = 1200
hw_scrubber = Enable
interleave_chip_selects = Enable
max_mem_clock = 100Mhz
dual_core = Disable
power_on_after_fail = Disable
# Bad value -> debug_level = 0xf
# Bad value -> boot_first = 0x7
boot_second = Network
# Bad value -> boot_third = 0x4
boot_index = 0xe
boot_countdown = 0xfa
# Bad value -> slow_cpu = 0xd
nmi = Enable
iommu = Enable
lxbios: Can not read LinuxBIOS parameter user_data because layout info
specifies CMOS area that is too wide.
lxbios: Warning: LinuxBIOS CMOS checksum is bad.
As you can see there's an error at the bottom, and a bunch of 'bad value'
warnings. I first tried without passing it the cmos layout file, and got the
same result as above.
What am I doing wrong? This is lxbios 2.0.1.
Ward Vandewege <ward at fsf.org>
Free Software Foundation - Senior System Administrator
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