[LinuxBIOS] Added mainboard commell/lv671 and compile works, but ...

Dieter Bloms dieter at bloms.de
Mon Jun 4 23:42:44 CEST 2007

Hi Stefan,

On Mon, Jun 04, Stefan Reinauer wrote:

> * Dieter Bloms <dieter at bloms.de> [070604 19:36]:
> > When should I see anything on the console ?
> > Must all chips already be up, so the northbridge i855gm may be the
> > problem, or is the winbond the only chip, which should be up to the
> > anything on the console ?
> Is your target using the correct superio driver in auto.c? It's not
> enough to set it in Config.lb (unfortunately)

for now my auto.c looks like:

#define ASSEMBLY 1
#include <stdint.h>
#include <device/pci_def.h>
#include <arch/io.h>
#include <device/pnp_def.h>
#include <arch/romcc_io.h>
#include <arch/hlt.h>
#include "option_table.h"
#include "pc80/mc146818rtc_early.c"
#include "pc80/serial.c"
#include "arch/i386/lib/console.c"
#include "ram/ramtest.c"
#include "cpu/x86/mtrr/earlymtrr.c"
#include "cpu/x86/bist.h"

#include "superio/winbond/w83627hf/w83627hf.h"
#include "superio/winbond/w83627hf/w83627hf_early_serial.c"
#include "superio/winbond/w83627hf/w83627hf_early_init.c"

#define SERIAL_DEV PNP_DEV(0x2e, W83627HF_SP1)

static void main(unsigned long bist)
        /* Setup the console */
        w83627hf_enable_serial(SERIAL_DEV, TTYS0_BASE);

> Is the SuperIO maybe listening on 4e instead of 2e?

where can I see where the superio is listening on ?

I've changed the address from 2e to 4e in auto.c and Config.lb, but it
didn't change anything.



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