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

Yoo, Taik-Yon jaagar at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 03:46:16 CET 2009

My kernel log attached.

2009/11/27 Yoo, Taik-Yon <jaagar at gmail.com>:
> 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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