[coreboot] Kconfig vs. devicetree vs. CMOS policy for options?

Anders jenbo anders at jenbo.dk
Mon May 16 22:02:25 CEST 2011

Is there any benefit to actually disabling this stuff?

Mvh Anders

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Fra: "Andrew" <nitr0 at seti.kr.ua>
Dato: man., maj 16, 2011 19:02
Emne: [coreboot] Kconfig vs. devicetree vs. CMOS policy for options?
Til: <coreboot at coreboot.org>

16.05.2011 19:31, Marc Jones пишет:
> 2. CMOS is not a good place for platform options either. It is good
> for runtime options, but I don't think that there are many options for
> users to change. What options users would change and how will they
> change them? CMOS options could even go into the device tree.
IMHO device operation modes (for ex., AHCI/legacy IDE for SATA, LPT port 
modes, etc) should be in CMOS. Also switches for enabling/disabling 
devices (LPT, FDD, IDE/SATA, etc) should be in CMOS.

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