[coreboot] Uh oh, looks like trouble...

Joshua McDowell jmcdowell at issisolutions.com
Wed May 20 19:59:23 CEST 2009

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Intel® Server Board SE7520JR2
I am currently waiting for someone to power up the storage device that
may contain the lbflash source code.  I can tell you that lbflash uses
/dev/mtdX to read and write to devices.  So it may not have what you are
looking for, I don't know.


 Joshua McDowell

ron minnich wrote:
> On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 10:54 AM, Joshua McDowell
> <jmcdowell at issisolutions.com> wrote:
>>  Now I am confused, because when you say something like "IB" I think
>> "Infiniband".
> I just wanted to be sure that the InfniBand flash memory was not
> playing into this in any way.
>> I assume this is a typo and you meant lbflash.  It comes
>> into it, because I know they used it to put Linux BIOS onto these
>> boards.  lbflash is dead, and cannot be raised from the dead, so I
>> turned to flashrom, which doesn't work with these boards.
> What are these boards?
> If you had lbflash source,  we might find the flash write enable magic
> and put it into flashrom. But to start, would be good to know what the
> boards are.
> ron

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