[coreboot] AMD 690 board with dual 88e8056
daniel at dmhome.net
Mon Mar 16 17:48:25 CET 2009
I am very very sorry to have provided the wrong info at first : the PCIe x8
DID work anyway - I had messed up my Config.lb to a stage where it was to
far of from the original. After a recompile and reflash the PCIe x8 (raid)
card came up just fine....
So yes, I am getting a x1 card tomorrow, with the same marvell chipset , and
will test it. If it works properly, I am just going to have to wait for the
schematic (will get it only a few weeks later unfortunately.....) and
determine the gpio that is keepint the marvell's from showing up. It is
definately not GPM3 as in the reference schematic - I have tried this
The board is an ODM which my company outsourced to a board manufacturer -
will send all the info and pics ASAP. It has a x16 slot and a mini pci slot.
The two 88e8056's are soldered on board. The rest of it is pretty much equal
to the dbm690T. It also has on on board touch panel controller.
So far I got the VGA , USB , SATA, IDE, audio Codec , all working fine.
I guess what is still left for me to do is solve the problem with the lan
chips and write proper ACPI tables - so that I can upload it your source
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 9:21 PM, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <
c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net> wrote:
> On 16.03.2009 11:43, Daniel Toussaint wrote:
> > For my next test - I have plugged in a RAID card of x8 pci express in the
> > board ... It works under award, but it does not show up under coreboot -
> > I must be missing some kind of setting .....
> > My previous test was with PCI , that worked fine.
> > Strange.
> Can you try all PCIe slots with a PCIe x1 card? If none of the slots
> work in x1 mode, we have a fundamental PCIe problem, whereas failure of
> x8 cards is different. I'm just trying to isolate the problem, so this
> may be a dead end.
> Please run "lspci -nnvvvxxx" and "lspci -nnvt" both with coreboot and
> with the proprietary BIOS. That will show us the bus structure.
> Which board are you using? Do you have a photo of the board and/or a
> description of the PCI and PCIe slots (how many of them, electrical vs.
> physical size)?
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