[coreboot] Where to find document for bayou.xml?
zhao_jian_li at yahoo.com.cn
Tue Feb 9 05:26:55 CET 2010
My workmate has use the newest coreboot(download from svn) to load
bayou.elf(include seabios and coreinfo in it) and it worked, but it is
based on qemu and without CBFS. So maybe your concern of CBFS is right,
From: Marc Jones [mailto:marcj303 at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 2:41 AM
Cc: coreboot at coreboot.org
Subject: Re: [coreboot] Where to find document for bayou.xml?
On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 1:26 AM, jasonzhao <zhao_jian_li at yahoo.com.cn> wrote:
> hi Jordan,
> Do you have any document talking about how to write a BAYOU xml file,where
to get it?
> Or, can you tell me where is wrong in the bayou.xml at below?
> Many thanks.
> I have a bios.bin.elf(seabios binary file) and coreinfo.elf included in my
bayou.elf, so a bayou.xml is written based on bayou.xml.example, but BAYOU
fails to parse it at run time:
> The serial output has some messy code, and the screen output only have
"default chain" and "y"(keyboard can be used to choose, but pressing
[return] has no response).
> Here are the details info:
> -------------bayou.xml.example------------- -------------my
> <BayouConfig> <BayouConfig>
> <global> <global>
> <timeout>10</timeout> <timeout>10</timeout>
> </global> </global>
> <payloads> <payloads>
> <payload type="chain" flags="default"> <payload type="chain"
> <title>Default Chain</title> <title>Default
> <chain> <chain>
Has Bayou been updated to work with CBFS? I think that the payload
name in the xml should match the name as printed by "cbfstool
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