[coreboot] [PATCH] Linux cannot bootable without old onboard pcidriver on RS690 system.

Yoo, Taik-Yon jaagar at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 03:24:33 CET 2009

I troubled at the same point with Zheng.

See Zheng's the first message titled "r4925 makes my linux hang".
My system halted the same point of Zheng's log file "r4925_error_log.log".

I cannot capture the boot log at this time, because my serial port has
a physical problem.

I don't know why properly operate with onboard pci driver.
It seems to be there is no relationship.

If want to find the reason why kernel stopped, should know what
happened in kernel code.
I'll do this the later date.

-- jaagar

2009/11/27 Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se>:
> Hi,
> Myles Watson wrote:
>> > I think this is not caused by RS690, but seems to be related
>> > device-tree structure.
>> > Because the stopped point of linux kernel is the bus scan stage.
>> > Successful for RS690 tree, but halted at SB600's PCI bridge.
>> It seems like Zheng is having trouble at a different point.  Since you've
>> gotten it to work with the onboard driver, could you send the complete logs
>> with and without it?
>> > I know it is not proper solution that add the old onboard pci driver,
>> > but it is a temporary solution till we found the problem.
>> Since it's a temporary solution, lets add it somewhere local.
> I created a ticket for the purpose:
> http://tracker.coreboot.org/trac/coreboot/ticket/147
> //Peter

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