(fwd) RE: building romimage for tyan s2850 mainboard [sagivy at 3vium.com]

Stefan Reinauer stepan at openbios.org
Tue Sep 14 09:09:01 CEST 2004

1) Please Cc the mailing list, there are many people who might help you
   quicker/better than I do.
2) I don't understand your first question at all.
3) "invalid CMOS LB checksum" Means that the CMOS is not valid for
   LinuxBIOS. Probably because you had a different firmware running
   before LinuxBIOS in that machine. This error should go away
   automatically after rebooting.


----- Forwarded message from Sagiv Yefet <sagivy at 3vium.com> -----

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2004 16:41:46 +0200
From: "Sagiv Yefet" <sagivy at 3vium.com>
To: "Stefan Reinauer" <stepan at openbios.org>
Subject: RE: building romimage for tyan s2850 mainboard

I comment out the: 
#dir /drivers/ati/ragexl  -- video

which pci line in the southbridge it relate to? 

southbridge amd/amd8111 "amd8111" link 0
		    pci 0:0.0
                pci 0:1.0 on
                pci 0:1.1 on
                pci 0:1.2 on
                pci 0:1.3 on
                pci 0:1.5 off
                pci 0:1.6 off
                pci 1:0.0 on
                pci 1:0.1 on
                pci 1:0.2 off
                pci 1:1.0 off

what is this ERROR means ? 

invalid CMOS LB checksum 


-----Original Message-----
From: Stefan Reinauer [mailto:stepan at openbios.org] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2004 12:57 PM
To: Sagiv Yefet
Cc: linuxbios at clustermatic.org
Subject: Re: building romimage for tyan s2850 mainboard

* Sagiv Yefet <sagivy at 3vium.com> [040914 12:43]:
> Thanks, it worked.
> There are 2 errors:
> 1.	ERROR - could not find PCI 1:03.0, using defaults

This looks like an error in the mptable creation, but I am not
sure without the context here.

> 2.	ERROR: PNP: 002e.b 70 not allocated        
> 	in Config.lb: 002e.b = HW monitor
No idea. I always kind of guessed when fiddling with PnP configuration.

> what does it means?

Can anyone on the list give some details here?


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