[coreboot] GSoC project(SCSI boot)__status report

Zhang Rui zrfail at gmail.com
Thu Jun 19 03:38:03 CEST 2008

What I am going to do is:
1. copy LegacyBIOS codes to 0xf0000,
2. call a modifid post() in LegacyBIOS to initialize the memory and
return to coreboot.
3. initialize the SCSI controller and install a handler.

Is that OK?

2008/6/18 Marc Jones <Marc.Jones at amd.com>:
> Joseph Smith wrote:
>> Hmm. Then how are we going to go about this? What do you suggest Kevin?
>> Could we set up coreboot to call LegacyBIOS at a certain point, execute it,
>> and then jump back to coreboot? Kind of like vm86/x86emu does for VGA? If
>> so at what point in the coreboot process do we want this to happen?
> I think that it will have to do that if you want to run the VGA ROM (and
> other ROMs) as part of the normal PCI initialization. The interrupt
> code will need to be in place at that time.
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