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# Select which buses etherboot should support
 
# Select which buses etherboot should support
CFLAGS+=        -DCONFIG_PCI -DCONFIG_ISA 
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'''''CFLAGS+=        -DCONFIG_PCI'''''
====>'''''CFLAGS+=        -DCONFIG_PCI '''''  
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#CFLAGS+=      -DCONFIG_PCMCIA
 
#CFLAGS+=      -DCONFIG_PCMCIA
  

Revision as of 19:10, 1 March 2005

Download Etherboot --- Please use 5.2.6

Config changes needed for LinuxBIOS support

src/Config

  1. Select which buses etherboot should support

CFLAGS+= -DCONFIG_PCI

  1. CFLAGS+= -DCONFIG_PCMCIA
  1. For prompting and default on timeout

#CFLAGS+= -DASK_BOOT=3 -DBOOT_FIRST=BOOT_NIC CFLAGS+= -DBOOT_FIRST=BOOT_NIC CFLAGS+= -DBOOT_SECOND=BOOT_DISK# If you would like to attempt to boot from other devices as well as the network.

  1. CFLAGS+= -DBOOT_SECOND=BOOT_FLOPPY
  2. CFLAGS+= -DBOOT_THIRD=BOOT_DISK
  3. CFLAGS+= -DBOOT_INDEX=0


  1. for btext console support
  2. CFLAGS+= -DCONSOLE_BTEXT
  3. for direct PC kbd support

CFLAGS+= -DCONSOLE_PC_KBD

  1. for FILO support it will make main call pci_init

CFLAGS+= -DCONFIG_FILO


arch/i386/Config

#CFLAGS+= -DPCBIOS

  1. Compile in k8/hammer support

CFLAGS+= -DCONFIG_X86_64

  1. Options to make a version of Etherboot that will work under linuxBIOS.

CFLAGS+= -DLINUXBIOS -DCONFIG_TSC_CURRTICKS -DCONSOLE_SERIAL -DCOMCONSOLE=0x3f8 -DCOMPRESERVE -DCONFIG_PCI_DIRECT -DELF_IMAGE#VGA CFLAGS+= -DCONSOLE_DIRECT_VGA