[coreboot] Hackaton in Prague 2011
stefan.reinauer at coreboot.org
Tue May 10 06:06:28 CEST 2011
On 5/9/11 4:20 PM, Graeme Russ wrote:
> Again, probably a missunderstanding of coreboot on my behalf - U-Boot has
> a REALLY primative BIOS implementation (just enough to trick Linux into
> booting in an embedded environment). It is basically just some empty VGA
> stubs and simple e820 support.
Why don't you use the 32bit entry point of the Linux kernel? Grub2 does
this (at least on coreboot), FILO and mkelfImage too.
Would be nice to (at least be able to) boot Linux without real mode code
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