[coreboot] ISP header for x60, fallback: indicating normal boot from grub2

Vladimir 'φ-coder/phcoder' Serbinenko phcoder at gmail.com
Sat Jul 19 13:18:24 CEST 2014

On 19.07.2014 07:42, Charles Devereaux wrote:
> Hello,
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 2:15 AM, Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli
> <GNUtoo at no-log.org <mailto:GNUtoo at no-log.org>> wrote:
>     My pomona clip had issues with its contact pins(the ones in contact
>     with the flash chip) over time, so I unmounted it and repaired it.
> I tried pushing the pins down - it looks better but it didn't help. Mine
> only work with a lot of duct tape to keep it firmly pressed to the
> motherboard. Otherwise, it slides up just a bit, enough to avoid making
> contact. It seems more like a problem with the plastic
>     Example in grub.cfg:
>     menuentry 'Normal' {
>             cmosclean 0x30:0
>             cmosclean 0x30:1
>             cmosclean 0x30:2
>             cmosclean 0x30:3
>             cmosclean 0x30:4
>             cmosclean 0x30:5
>             halt
>     }
> Interesting. Is there a reason why different values are used on gluglug
> halt? cf http://samnoble.org/thinkpad/grub/gluglug.grub.custom.cfg:
The values are exactly the same. Search for hex.
> There is only cbmemc, cbls and cbtime. They could be good menu options
> but the output is displayed without a pager (so you can't see them as it
> goes back to the menu - you have to enter a command line)
> Of all of these, cbtime would be especially interesting to add a title
> to grub menu, to show if the boot was in normal or fallback and how long
> it took. 
> I'll see if it's possible to add the result of a command to grub menu

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