[coreboot] Bayley Bay FSP-based CRB

Jose Trujillo ce.autom at protonmail.com
Mon Jun 18 10:20:47 CEST 2018

Hello Zvika:
1.- Usually it is not necessary to change the CBFS size unless the compiler complain of lack of space.
2.- You should not worry about this setting to make your system to work.
3.- You should not use FSP_PACKAGE_DEFAULT if your plan is to use SIO because it will enable SOC internal COM1, instead (if your plan is to use FSP) enable FSP and add  a VGA bios bin manually.... (The use of FSP is optional but I never tried without FSP).
4.- You need to add them yourself, there are examples to follow in this mail list.
Good luck!

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On June 18, 2018 6:24 AM, Zvi Vered <veredz72 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I inspected the "Bayley Baay FSP-based CRB" sample in coreboot. after make distclean I chose:
> Mainboard vendor: Intel
> Mainboard model: Bayley Bay FSP-based CRB
> 1. The size of CBFS is: 0x200000. Is it a fix size or should I change it according to my board (which is also bay trail) ?
> 2. According to "dmidecode" I ran on my target, "Address: 0xE0000"
> Should I set this address in coreboot configuration ? How ?
> 3. In this board default configuration, "Configure defaults for the Intel FSP package" is not selected. Is it possible that this board does not use Intel FSP at all ?
> Under "Generic Drivers", "Use Intel firmware Support Package' is also not selected.
> 4. Under "chipset", there is no option to set "Super I/O". Can you please tell why ?
> 5. I noticed that the minimum ROM size is 2MB. If I set 4MB, the size of coreboot.rom is also 4MB.
> Thank you in advance,
> Zvika
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