[LinuxBIOS] Random Bios Postcodes after 0x88 with 440BX
roger at eskimo.com
Fri Apr 27 09:09:02 CEST 2007
On Thu, 2007-04-26 at 23:35 -0700, roger wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-04-27 at 00:45 +0200, Uwe Hermann wrote:
> > Strange, the patch looks correct. Have you tried all variations in this
> > line (0x2e, 0x4e, 0x3f0, 0x3f8)?
> I'm not sure exactly which iobase ports I haven't tried.
> But I just realized. We're not assigning a iobase to the port yet..
> this is just needed for early_serial.c to get an initial console
> If so, my bag. Although 0x3f8 should work, I should really try all of
> them then.
Just a quick note, from the success I've just experienced with the
LinuxBiosV2 on my Tyan S1832DL board just now, console_init seems not to
be taking place at all. The DFI P2XBL post codes go in a regular
session "0x80 > 0x88 > 0xE7 (or whatever)" and takes a span of several
seconds. Linuxbios boots in milliseconds. I should be seeing tons of
stuff coming out on the serial port, but nothing.
Right now, I've got both my boxes setup with Bios Saviors and a plugin
PCI Siliconkit Postcard.
Pretty flexible with which one I tackle, or both.
Key fingerprint = 8977 A252 2623 F567 70CD 1261 640F C963 1005 1D61
Fri Apr 27 00:08:26 PDT 2007
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