[coreboot] USB cannot work
Hilbert_Tu at pegatroncorp.com
Wed Aug 22 12:42:01 CEST 2018
1. I saw " pch: usb_xhci_init" in the boot up log and I think xHCI controller was initialized by coreboot
2. I have used coreboot with grub for Intel Rangeley and BDX-DE platform, the USB interface were working with xHCI controller. That means grub has its own xHCI driver.
3. I am trying u-boot as payload now.
Sorry I really don't well understand coreboot and grub :P
From: Nico Huber [mailto:nico.huber at secunet.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 4:38 PM
To: Hilbert Tu(杜睿哲_Pegatron); coreboot at coreboot.org
Subject: Re: [coreboot] USB cannot work
Am 22.08.18 um 03:24 schrieb Hilbert Tu(杜睿哲_Pegatron):
> Maybe you are right. But as I know, CRB Harcuvar is one of supported
> board of Coreboot and it includes xHCI controller and USB interfaces.
Harcuvar is indeed supported by coreboot. But coreboot only initializes
the hardware up to a point where an OS or bootloader can use it. The OS
or bootloader still needs its own driver for the hardware. This is very
different as in the legacy BIOS/UEFI case (a BIOS would provide a driver
but coreboot doesn't).
So if you want to use GRUB as a coreboot payload and use USB, GRUB needs
its own driver for the xHCI. I would first try to confirm if or if not
the xHCI works with other payloads (e.g. SeaBIOS, Tianocore, libpayload
based) or an OS.
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