[coreboot] [PATCH] HP e-Vectra P2706T support
stawel at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 00:56:00 CEST 2009
I was able to turn on the vga bios with some little changes:
I added the following lines to the files:
pci_rom /tmp/vgabios.rom vendor_id=0x8086 device_id=0x7125
#pci_rom /tmp/ethbios.rom vendor_id=0x10b7 device_id=0x9200
default CONFIG_VGA_ROM_RUN = 1
sorry for this format but the patch not commited,
and it if difficult to me to create a diff.
the vga bios was generated with:
$ amideco In0203.rom -x
$ cp amipci_00.20 /tmp/vgabios.rom
where: In0203.rom is a original BIOS file from hp sites
still, acpi is not working,
i try to find the reason tomorrow.
W dniu 20 października 2009 23:34 użytkownik Paweł Stawicki <
stawel at gmail.com> napisał:
> Acked-by: Paweł Stawicki <stawel at gmail.com>
> the patch is working correct.
> My linux distribution boots very fast :)
> the only problem is that the vga bios is not booting.
> I'm trying investigate.
> 2009/10/19 Uwe Hermann <uwe at hermann-uwe.de>
> On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 12:46:40PM +0200, Paweł Stawicki wrote:
>> > I already run coreboot on my system.
>> OK, let's first add a proper target for the board then
>> (patch attached). We can then improve the code as needed.
>> Please reply with
>> Acked-by: Paweł Stawicki <stawel at gmail.com>
>> if it builds and boots on your hardware.
>> > The problem is that my linux started from coreboot
>> > i very slow (comparing to the original BIOS)
>> Could be missing cache initialization for the CPU, not sure.
>> We don't yet enable cache on all CPUs (it's on our TODO list
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