[coreboot] FILO loads image but, Linux doesnt boot

Phani Babu Giddi phanig at gmail.com
Thu Mar 6 01:06:46 CET 2008

Hello All,

I am running Coreboot v2 on AMD's db800 with FILO as the payload. It gets to
a point where it intialzes the kernel but the kernel doesnt boot. Any idea
whats going on.. I have captured the messages using the serial console. The
last few messages are...

linux-34w5:~ # tail minicom.cap
parse_command_line: initrd=/initrd-
parse_command_line: kernel command line (64 bytes): "root=/dev/hda3
vga=0x317 resume=/dev/hda2 splash=silent showopts"
load_linux_kernel: offset=0x2000 addr=0x100000 size=0x13158c
Loading kernel... ok
file_open: dev=<NULL>, path=/initrd-
load_initrd: start=0x1f502000 end=0x1f7aeb32
Loading initrd... ok
malloc_diag: alloc: 312 bytes (4 blocks), free: 16064 bytes (1 blocks)
start_linux: eip=0x100000
Jumping to entry point...

Is this the last message that one is suppose to see with coreboot ?

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