[coreboot] Alias motherboard?
enok at lysator.liu.se
Sun Feb 16 08:40:43 CET 2014
Ok, but when I look inside my DL145G1 the text "AMD Serenade" is printed
on the motherboard. In fact, HP DL145 G1 is not a motherboard, it's a
server which uses the AMD Serenade motherboard.
There is another server called Celestica A2210 which also uses the same
AMD Serenade motherboard.
Somehow I still think it seems wrong to list the server DL145G1 as a
supported motherboard, and not mention the name of the actual motherboard.
On 02/13/2014 04:18 PM, ron minnich wrote:
> It's not supported until you can run the script on the node that shows
> it booted.
> We've gotten away from just saying "this is like that so it must work."
> Run the script. That's the requirement now.
> On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 5:23 AM, Oskar Enoksson <enok at lysator.liu.se
> <mailto:enok at lysator.liu.se>> wrote:
> I noticed that "AMD Serenade" motherboard is not listed as supported.
> However, supposedly that motherboard is identical to HP DL145 G1. So,
> probably using the hp/dl145_g1 motherboard configuration will produce a
> ROM that works with "AMD Serenade" aswell.
> Are such alias motherboards handled in any particular way? Should
> the info
> at least go into the wiki-page of supported motherboards?
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