[coreboot] Re Dell Optiplex GX1 support

Cooper Harrison coop.rocks.123e at gmail.com
Mon May 10 22:41:36 CEST 2010

the bios chip is built into the board, but would the bios bootblock not
work? is there any way to check for a bootblock? this is a good computer and
I do not want to kill it.

On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 12:31 PM, Anders Jenbo <anders at jenbo.dk> wrote:

> To improve the support a bit navigate to coreboot/util/getpir/ and run
> make, then run ./getpir (on the GX1), this will generate a irq_tables.c
> file. Copy it to your folder, and add the following to the first section
> of your Kconfig.
>        select HAVE_PIRQ_TABLE
> Once you have done this you should be ready to compile CoreBoot and
> flash it on to your board.
> If the flashing fails or the compiled ROM doesn't work for your board
> could be unable to boot, so it is strongly recommended that you find or
> buy a similar ROM chip so that you have a working backup in case
> something goes wrong.
> -Anders

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