[coreboot] [Fwd: Re: [Fwd: Re: [Fwd: Re: arima hdama problem]]]
hng at lanl.gov
Tue Nov 3 17:40:46 CET 2009
I'm not sure what you mean by: "Change the hard coded values." Where
should I change them?
Myles Watson wrote:
>> Setting it to 1 or 2 gives what looks like the same output. It causes
>> coreboot to fail with the following error:
> I guess I shouldn't have committed it until it worked, but 0 was the wrong
>> Initializing CBMEM area to 0x3fff0000 (65536 bytes)
>> Adding CBMEM entry as no. 1
>> Moving GDT to 3fff0200...ok
>> High Tables Base is 3fff0000.
>> Copying Interrupt Routing Table to 0x000f0000... done.
>> Adding CBMEM entry as no. 2
>> Copying Interrupt Routing Table to 0x3fff0400... done.
>> PIRQ table: 176 bytes.
>> Looking for bad PCIX MHz input
> That message comes from mainboard/arima/hdama/mptable.c
> The bus numbers are hard-coded. The easiest thing to do would be to:
> 1. Choose 1 or 2 for that config value
> 2. Find the bus and device numbers in the output
> 3. Change the hard coded values
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