[coreboot] Problems changing payload on Intel Leaf Hill
zoran.stojsavljevic at gmail.com
Fri Nov 3 09:13:36 CET 2017
>> ahwan writes
>> Please advise, thank you.
You should offer to this guy job (Siemens Motion Control) in DE (Bayern).
He is tough guy, as I read/percept. I am (dead) serious.
On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 8:37 AM, ahW at n via coreboot <coreboot at coreboot.org>
> Hi Mario,
> I read your reply and saw you have APL CRB Oxbow Hill with coreboot +
> SeaBios running.
> I am using the same board and wanted to build the coreboot but failed.
> I think I have the required files ready (bootable UEFI BIOS file,
> fitimage.bin, Fsp.fd ...)
> But still failed to build my coreboot.
> I wonder I am having correct .config settings.
> Can you share your settings?
> I check the attachment in previous list but all that is for leafhill, I
> wonder are they same and valid for both Oxbox Hill and Leafhill?
> Please advise, thank you.
> - ahwan
> > Scheithauer, Mario Mario.Scheithauer at siemens.com
> > Wed Nov 1 16:28:45 CET 2017
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> > Hi Tahnia,
> > We have an APL CRB Oxbow Hill (B0-stepping) with coreboot (master) +
> SeaBios (master) running.
> > Attached are all necessary coreboot adaptions and the config file for
> > After the generation, a hack in coreboot.rom is still necessary so that
> SeaBios can find the VBIOS.
> > SeaBios expects at the end of the CBFS the address from the beginning of
> the CBFS section (see SeaBiosPointer.jpg).
> > Furthermore you have to pay attention to the IGD PCI ID. Intel uses
> different PCI Device IDs in different CPU versions for IGD (5a84 or 5a85).
> > The console output only works via MMIO on the CRB. Therefore you need
> the LPSS UART0 Micro USB port.
> > With all these adjustments we can boot a system on the CRB and have full
> console output.
> > Now you just need all the necessary blobs around coreboot (IFWI, FSP,
> VBIOS, uCode).
> > You can use the Intel FIT tool to separate the most of the components
> from the original BIOS.
> > Hope that helps,
> > Mario
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