[coreboot] Fwd: Re H8DME-2
Daniel J. Celta
dcelta at gmail.com
Tue Jul 6 03:59:57 CEST 2010
Ok I was able to determine the ROM chip of the server..... Thank you very
Now, I did save the original BIOS information using "flashrom -r <filename>"
But, not sure I know how to rebuild back the BIOS from this file in case
Do you have any suggestions????
On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 7:12 PM, anders at jenbo.dk <anders at jenbo.dk> wrote:
> Run flashrom with no parameters and it should tell you what Rom chip you
> Before you pull the trigger you should make sure that you have a way to
> recover the original BIOS (with out the use of the computer you are doing
> this to).
> Mvh Anders
> ----- Reply message -----
> Fra: "Daniel J. Celta" <dcelta at gmail.com>
> Dato: man., jul. 5, 2010 23:02
> Emne: [coreboot] H8DME-2
> Til: <coreboot at coreboot.org>
> Has anyone updated this Supermicro server Board BIOS for the H8DME-2......
> I have installed FC10, (i was able to complete this installation by turning
> of the RAID configuration in the BIOS), and now I am having trouble when
> trying to upgrade the Operating system to FC13.
> I suspect, if I update the BIOS, I currently have the version of the BIOS
> that came pre-installed with the server, I may be able to upgrade to FC13.
> One thing I like to mention, when running "make menuconfig" I was not sure
> of the ROM Chip size, and used the largest available setting 4MB.
> - How can I check the proper setting for this parameter????
> So now, I have created the coreboot.rom, and think I am ready to run
> - Is there anything else I need to check before I pull the trigger???
> - Has anyone had any problems I should be aware of????
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