[coreboot] Does coreboot table still exist in F000 segment?

Stefan Reinauer stefan.reinauer at coreboot.org
Tue Oct 17 22:57:11 CEST 2017

* WANG FEI <wangfei.jimei at gmail.com> [171013 20:20]:
> Hi, all
> Beside placing coreboot table (lb_header) in low RAM (0x0-0x1000), I remember a
> copy of coreboot table should be placed at F000 segment and it can be
> controlled with a Kconfig flag, does this feature still exist? I just can't
> find it right now.

SeaBIOS will copy the coreboot table from the low segment (0x530) into
the F segment. Typically the majority of the coreboot table lives in
CBMEM at the end of memory below 4G.


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