[coreboot] Porting Kabylake laptop
zaolin at das-labor.org
Wed Jun 27 14:08:22 CEST 2018
yes it does. The PI interface is in terms of encapsulation somewhat
cleaner then the FSP integration.
I think that was Ron concern using PI instead of FSP.
If we talking about full customization up to the bootblock and vboot2
I would recommend to use coreboot in combination with LinuxBoot payload.
If we talk less effort to get your firmware running maybe LinuxBoot is
the better approach depending
on your platform.
Best Regards, Philipp
On 27.06.2018 13:37, chrisglowaki at tutanota.com wrote:
> 26. Jun 2018 20:02 by rminnich at gmail.com <mailto:rminnich at gmail.com>:
>> For a case like this, where your choice is between two binary blobs (FSP or UEFI) I would argue that linuxboot is a better way to go.
>> See > github.com/osresearch/heads <http://github.com/osresearch/heads>> or > linuxboot.org <http://linuxboot.org>> for more info.
> Doesn't linuxbootalso require the FSP blob for memory and silicon initialization on any Intel board after Ivy Bridge?
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