[coreboot] Need help to compile an AMD Geode GX2 VSA Binary

Oliver Schinagl oliver+list at schinagl.nl
Sun Dec 1 10:47:03 CET 2013

On 12/01/13 01:51, Quentin Bouteiller wrote:
> Hi,
> I am currently trying to compile Coreboot for my Wyse S30 (which is pretty
> identical to a Wyse S50, for those who have one) by following this
> tutorial<http://fijam.eu.org/blog/how-to-put-coreboot-on-wyse-S30s50/>but
> I have a major problem.
> As you know, to compile a Coreboot ROM , we need two external elements:
> SeaBIOS (or any other Payload) and a VSA image. For the first, there is no
> problem: I am able to compile it without any problem. However, for the
> second, there is a big problem: as it is said in the tutorial, "GX2 VSA
> needs to be compiled with an antediluvian and esoteric toolchain from
> sources that are almost nowhere to be found and embedded within the
> coreboot image". And guess what? I am no able to get all the components
> needed for the compilation (currently, I only have NMAKE.EXE and the
> compilation environment if needed (a 16 years old Fujitsu computer running
> Windows 95))... So, I want to know anyone could help me by sharing all the
> dependencies (or, if you have it, directly the binary), please?
I've had the intention to try the same thing and ask the same question. 
Meanwhile I was able to find 
http://www.coreboot.org/AMD_Geode_Porting_Guide which links to 
where there is 'a' blob [0] that I haven't been able to try yet.

Do keep us posted of your progress!


> Quentin Bouteiller

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