[coreboot] Request for Intel Haswell info
rogerzhu1127 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 3 16:15:34 CEST 2014
it's possible. i've worked on haswell cpu e3 series and c226 and booted win7 and linux OS.
you should get rc code from intel under NDA first，then make mrc.bin，port some pch rc code（sata，pcie，usb，etc）.
then it could boot.
i use the basking ridge CRB code.
and i got some help from aaron on this porting.
> 在 2014年7月3日，下午3:04，David Hendricks <david.hendricks at gmail.com> 写道：
> [+jiming.sun at intel.com]
>> On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 5:58 PM, Paul Wilcox-Baker <wilcoxbaker at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear coreboot,
>> We have done some more research on the differences between the
>> supported Haswell processors and PCH parts and what we have
>> used in our design.
>> We have designed a board with the E3-1268Lv3 device with the
>> 82C226 PCH part. It appears that all Haswell devices that
>> have been ported are the mobile variety where the PCH device is
>> packaged with the processor.
>> Do the files to support the parts we wish to use exist anywhere
>> else? Is there a repository for non-GPL code perhaps?
>> Can we use any of the coreboot utilities on a system with the
>> same processor and PCH device to generate code for a coreboot
>> that will support this CPU and PCH?
>> Does Intel have the required files to generate coreboot for the
>> processor and PCH part that we wish to use? If they do how do
>> we get them? Perhaps they have some coreboot code that can be
>> obtained under NDA or licence.
>> Thanks, Paul.
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