Jun OKAJIMA okajima at digitalinfra.co.jp
Mon Nov 7 23:59:54 CET 2005

Your video BIOS is same as mine?
If not, maybe it is a cause?

BTW, I found that video BIOS does not stay on same location of usual one,
when I am using LX2 BIOS.
Is this correct? If so, where it stays?

             --- Okajima, Jun. Tokyo, Japan.

okajima at Debian:~/lx2$ ls -la video.bios.bin
-rw-r--r--    1 root     root        65536 Nov  6 05:14 video.bios.bin
okajima at Debian:~/lx2$ md5sum video.bios.bin
d7980d838d24a12aec497d6fe19c1bf5  video.bios.bin
okajima at Debian:~$ ls -la *.bin
-rw-r--r--    1 root     root       262144 Nov  8 07:51 lx2.bin
-rw-r--r--    1 root     root       262144 Nov  8 07:51 via.bin
okajima at Debian:~$ md5sum *.bin
fee442a3333f48904fcb9c8a4c2e22c5  lx2.bin
4219b481dbc64ce5f26a94fb9a70d017  via.bin
root at Debian:~# bin/flash_rom -v linuxbios.rom
SST39SF020A found at physical address: 0xfffc0000
Part is SST39SF020A
Verifying address:
result: VERIFIED

>Jun OKAJIMA wrote:
>> And the log of failure session is this.
>> I dont have success one, sorry.
>> These lines are same as yours?
>>  > VGA random fixup ...
>>  > found VGA: vid=1106, did=3122
>>  > rom base, size: fffc0000
>>  > BAD SIGNATURE 0x8 0x1e
>>  > biosint: # 0x10, eax 0x4f14 ebx 0x18003 ecx 0x1 edx 0x0
>>  > biosint: ebp 0x17fa0 esp 0xffa edi 0x0 esi 0x187c8
>>  > biosint: ip 0xb565 cs 0x0 flags 0x46
>>  > BIOSINT: Unsupport int #0x10
>This confuses me. The BAD SIGNATURE IIRC means that there is no valid 
>signature in the ROM image. So the VGA bios should not be run.
>So where is that biosint call coming from if not vga? This makes no 
>sense to me at all.

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