[coreboot] Tiny bootblock vs Bigbootblock

ali hagigat hagigatali at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 11:53:05 CET 2011

I think i made a mistake. In big boot block, bootblock code is written
once for coreboot.pre and the same is for tiny boot block. My source
of confusion was the inclusion of the bootblock code in crt0.

On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 3:47 AM, Stefan Reinauer
<stefan.reinauer at coreboot.org> wrote:
> * ali hagigat <hagigatali at gmail.com> [110301 09:58]:
>> What is the difference between tiny and big boot block?
> In big boot block mode, romstage (and thus ram init) is part of the
> boot block. In tiny boot block mode, romstage is an extra file in CBFS.
>> My second question is that the code of bootblock is copied to romstage
>> too. I mean we have a duplicate code in two different components. Is
>> that right?
> That might be a mistake. Where did you see that?
> Stefan

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