[coreboot] H8DME-2 woes,continued...

Marc Jones marcj303 at gmail.com
Wed May 12 03:42:55 CEST 2010

Hi Joe,
I'm not much help, but I made a couple comments below.

On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Joe Korty <joe.korty at ccur.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Well, I've replaced the AMD 2378 CPUs on my SuperMicro H8DME-2 mb with
> a pair of AMD 2212 CPUs, and I get much much further along in the boot.
> But it still locks up.  The starting and ending messages on the serial
> console are:
> <30 second wait before first message, here>

This wait is bad. I guess it is off spinning in CAR somewhere. You
might try using a port80 card to get more debug information.

>        CBFS: follow chain: fff1ff00 + 28 + d00b8 + align -> ffff0000
>        CBFS:  Could not find file pci10de,036e.rom
> That 'CBFS: Could not find file pci10d3,036e.rom' really bothers me.  AFAICS,
> 10d3,036e is a IDE controller on the MCP55 southbridge; the VGA is at 1002,515e.
> Am I reading everything wrong?  My lspci -vn is:

This is ok. It is a normal part of the scan for some devices to not
have a PCI ROM in coreboot. Filo, SeaBIOS, and/or Linux should handle
the IDE for you.



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