[LinuxBIOS] LinuxBIOS Solaris Dev
adam.kaufman at pinnacle.com
Thu Feb 1 02:59:42 CET 2007
Awesome! I think that did it. I'm not at the office right now, so I don't want to reboot my test system, but it doesn't look like anything blew up. Thanks for the help! If everything is good, I'll clean it up and make a patch. Should be fairly minimal.
whodini# ./flashrom -w /mnt/adamk/tyan/2882v309.rom
Calibrating delay loop... ok
No LinuxBIOS table found.
Enabling flash write on AMD8111...OK
Pm49FL004 found at physical address: 0xfff80000
Flash part is Pm49FL004 (512 KB)
Flash image seems to be a legacy BIOS. Disabling checks.
Programming Page: 0007 at address: 0x00070000
From: Stefan Reinauer [mailto:stefan.reinauer at coresystems.de]
Sent: Wed 31/01/2007 20:41
To: Kaufman, Adam
Cc: linuxbios at linuxbios.org
Subject: Re: [LinuxBIOS] LinuxBIOS Solaris Dev
Kaufman, Adam wrote:
> Well, I had to do a bit of messing around, but I got both pciutils and
> flashrom to compile on my Solaris 10 box. My biggest concern was the
> /dev/mem wouldn't allow the same access we get on linux... here's what
> I get:
> bash-3.00# ./flashrom
> Calibrating delay loop... ok
> Can not mmap /dev/mem at 00000000 errno(6):No such device or address
It looks /dev/mem only contains ram on solaris, not the complete address
There's a workaround, try using /dev/xsvc instead. It is part of X (or
XFree?) as it seems.
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