[coreboot] [PATCH]Remove non-CBFS
kevin at koconnor.net
Fri Oct 2 01:42:15 CEST 2009
On Thu, Oct 01, 2009 at 09:26:08AM +0200, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger wrote:
> > In particular, I'd like to be able to go into my "normal" directory
> > and run "svn up", "make", and then "flashrom" - and be fairly
> > confident that I didn't just blow up my image.
> Two problem areas need to be looked at:
> 1. Can the new build reuse the old bootblock? Does the new build have to
> know the old bootblock?
> 2. How do you merge old and new images?
> 2. is a bit more problematic regardless of whether you have v2 or v3. If
> you don't want to reflash the old parts of the image, you can't rename
> them either. If the old part was called "fallback", it will still be
> called "fallback" after flashing some new parts into the ROM. That means
> each time you reflash, the new part's name will be the opposite of the
> old part's name. Of course, with such a system, calling these things
> "fallback" and "normal" makes no sense anymore. After all, we always
> want to boot the newly flashed image first and the name doesn't tell us
> which one is new.
I'd always want to flash and boot the image I put in the "normal"
directory. I don't want to rename "fallback" - I don't want to change
it at all.
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