[coreboot] YABEL and images in LAR files

Pattrick Hueper phueper at hueper.net
Fri Dec 19 21:12:48 CET 2008

On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 8:52 PM, Corey Osgood <corey.osgood at gmail.com> wrote:
> A used i810 board? You can get the for next to nothing off ebay, they're
> fairly simple to port (almost every possible super io is supported), have
> onboard video and pci for an expansion card, and the onboard video works in
> v2 now, iirc. No v3 support though.

No, i do want v3 support...

> You can get a Jetway J2F2-series for
> around $100, that board is in v2 working well and is almost booting linux in
> v3. The downside is that the video BIOS in that one is very picky, I had to
> copy BOCHS to 0xf0000 and run it with vm86 in v2.

Heh... cool... that sounds like a good test case for YABEL ;-)
Do i need to watch out for anything else, do they always come with
socketed flash chips?

Should i get one of those boards, what would be the best type of
replacement flash chip?


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