[coreboot] How to give control to bootable USB
nico.h at gmx.de
Thu Jun 15 01:31:27 CEST 2017
On 14.06.2017 11:21, Dhanasekar Jaganathan wrote:
> Hi Taiidan,
> My USB ONIE installers don't have "isolinux/syslinux.cfg". It has
> When I try to run "syslinux_configfile (usb0)/boot/grub/grub.cfg" in GRUB
> command line, I am getting "*kernel without label*" error.
> Please provide your commands
Taiidan already told you the correct command name (33 lines below). You
might have missed it ;)
> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 3:22 AM, Taiidan at gmx.com <Taiidan at gmx.com> wrote:
>> On 06/13/2017 10:22 AM, Dhanasekar Jaganathan wrote:
>> Hi All,
>>> I am trying to install ONIE from USB which has ONIE installer. Actually, I
>>> am using GRUB2 as a payload. If Coreboot display list of bootable
>>> can select USB which will install a OS in the hard disk. As I understood
>>> that Coreboot won't display list of available bootable device (not like
>>> vendor bios).I don't know how to give control to bootable USB or boot a
>>> bootable USB by coreboot. Can you please help me on this?.
>> Assuming you are booting a standard linux distro iso:
>> syslinux_configfile (*TAB* to see what is available
>> then simply for instance syslinux_configfile (usb0,msdos1)/isolinux/syslinux.cfg
>> (or w/e)
>> also configfile (ahci0,msdos1)/grub2/grub.cfg to load a grub cfg
>> Ideally you would add a grub cfg to the coreboot image that does something
>> like load a config file from a specified local disk so that it is easy to
>> update (ie: no re-flashing) instructions for that are on the wiki.
>> SeaBIOS would provide the classic AMI style F12 selection menu, but I
>> don't like it due to how many times I have accidentally enabled option rom
>> execution by forgetting to include the configuration file.
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