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Fredrik Tolf wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Sat, 2006-08-26 at 04:48 -0500, Richard Smith wrote:
<pre wrap=""> I do not even get any comms from the serial port. Have checked the cable is
I only have 100Mhz memory installed, as it was going spare. Could this be a
it does not work ?
<pre wrap="">Com port messages start happening pre-ram init. So No. You should at
least some version info build date, and get to the "Jumping to
Something must be different with the Com port on that board.
Alternatively, what flash chip are you using? I don't know about your
EPIA 5000, but my EPIA V came with a 256 KiB flash chip from the
factory, and I bought a 512 KiB one that I'm playing with. That means,
however, that when I'm making a 256 KiB LinuxBIOS flash image, I have to
make sure to prepend it with 256 KiB of padding, to ensure that it hits
the top of the address space.
If that's the problem, you can just do this:
dd if=/dev/zero bs=1k count=256 | cat - linuxbios.rom >512kbios
flashrom -w 512kbios
I have a bios savour installed which has the original bios in it and I
am using the on-board flash for linuxbios. Both are 256k (39SF020A)
part. I am assuming, maybe wrongly that EPIA V and the EPIA 5000 are
the same board.<br>