[coreboot] RCA RM4100 Reboot help [Was]Does the Intel 3100 reboot?
joe at settoplinux.org
Wed May 14 04:16:41 CEST 2008
>> On Mon, 5 May 2008 07:54:32 -0700, "Ed Swierk" <eswierk at arastra.com>
>>> On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 3:06 PM, Joe <joe at settoplinux.org> wrote:
>>>> My bad. Those & and | operators always get me...
>>>> But does it allow the system to reboot?
>>> Yes, rebooting works on the Intel 3100 development board. Can you
>>> increase the log level to 9 and see exactly where your board is
>> I don't have a bootlog off hand, but when rebooting it just starts to
>> after the northbridge dump in raminit.c. I think because it is just a
>> reset the cpu needs a reset? That's why I was wondering if your code
>> It should work fine for the RM4100, the DRC bit 29 is the same. I will
>> it a try and report back. I think, to keep things simplified I am just
>> going to put the memory_initialized() function in raminit.c, and call it
>> from auto.c.
> Well, it now seems to get further than before with the cpu reset.
> is a full debug bootlog. Now it says "rebooting...", seems to skip memory
> initialization, and hangs on trying to re-initialize the devices.
> Help :-(
Here is a thought. Couldn't I just tell it to do a hard reset if
memory_initialized() is true?
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