[LinuxBIOS] LinuxBIOS messing with CMOS on reboot?
yinghailu at gmail.com
Sat Dec 3 20:47:07 CET 2005
should be second thing.
On 12/3/05, Stefan Reinauer <stepan at openbios.org> wrote:
> I'm seeing a weird problem while switching back and forth between
> a legacy bios and LinuxBIOS.
> I have a 256 byte cmos image created with cmos_util and a 512k bios
> image for each firmware flavour.
> Switching from legacy bios to LinuxBIOS works fine using flashrom and
> Switching the other way round always leaves legacy bios with a wrong
> checksum on the first boot.
> writing the cmos from the file afterwards and rebooting is fine, so it's
> not the cmos image that is wrong.
> Could LinuxBIOS change the CMOS when doing a reboot?
> Or is legacy bios doing some very weird things like safing additional
> data in mystic places?
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