[coreboot] [dbm690t] The new acpi table doesn't seem to be correct.

Carl-Daniel Hailfinger c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net
Thu Jun 4 11:58:42 CEST 2009

On 04.06.2009 08:59, Patrick Georgi wrote:
> Am 04.06.2009 04:41, schrieb Carl-Daniel Hailfinger:
>> I found the HIGH_TABLES bug on the DBM690T.
>> The K8 HIGH_TABLES code places these tables in UMA video memory. Of
>> course that memory is cleared by some payloads and operating systems.
>> However, if I fix that, Linux still crashes during boot because it only
>> sees 32 MB instead of 2 MB RAM.
> Unless you're using SeaBIOS, you have to use both HAVE_HIGH_TABLES and
> HAVE_LOW_TABLES to have things work, otherwise the high tables aren't
> found.
> 32 MB is a good sign that the tables weren't found, so FILO (I think)
> defaults to "safe" 32MB.

I'm running an old version of FILO. Could you please take a look at the
amd/dbm690t target and tell me what I have to enable there
(HAVE_LOW_TABLES etc.) to have things work? I can probably get access to
the hardware later today.




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