[coreboot] [ANN/PATCH]Poulsbo support for coreboot
corey.osgood at gmail.com
Sat Dec 18 11:42:55 CET 2010
On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 8:19 PM, Patrick Georgi
<patrick.georgi at coresystems.de> wrote:
> attached to this mail you'll find support for the Intel Poulsbo chipset, the
> first iteration of their System Controller Hub (SCH) designs that integrate
> northbridge and southbridge into a single chip.
> Thanks to our work with iWave Systems, we're able to release a first version of
> coreboot for their system, the iW-Rainbow-G6. This also is included in this
> We thank iWave Systems for their porting effort. Due to the massive upstream
> development that happened since they started on this port, a considerable
> effort was necessary to integrate the Poulsbo support into current coreboot.
> For this reason the code might not work on the iW-Rainbow-G6 as-is. Also, a
> number of shortcuts were taken where the board design and its deployment
> allowed to, leaving a couple of features unsupported and code paths unfinished.
> The code was provided to us under GPL terms, which iWave Systems agrees to (as
> shown by them distributing coreboot in binary form), so I can sign off this
> patch under sections (a) (for my own changes) and (b) (for the upstream
> delivery) of the Developer's Certificate of Origin version 1.1.
> Signed-off-by: Patrick Georgi <patrick.georgi at coresystems.de>
Doesn't "SCH" stand for something like "System Controller Hub"? Is
there a part number or something better that can be used for the
naming? I've got a feeling this isn't the last SCH that intel makes.
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