[coreboot] W83977EF vs. ASUS P2B-L vs. PS/2 keyboard
buurin at gmail.com
Wed Mar 24 04:48:48 CET 2010
This is going to get a lot more interesting.
I switched back to my P2B-LS and tried the onboard SCSI now that I got
the keyboard going.
Its presence is known, but the linux module failed to probe it. lspci
shows that its I/O port range is disabled. No wonder. This is with a
BIOS built for P2B-F without the SCSI device listed in devicetree.cb
as I am investigating if the P2B-L/S/LS/F series can share the same
code as P2B-F. I thought coreboot enables all PCI devices it detects?
Same with the onboard Intel LAN. Its presence is also known. ifconfig
shows its MAC address, but assigning it a local IP fails.
That's it for tonight.
On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 10:30 PM, Myles Watson <mylesgw at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Line 801. This is very suspicious too. Shouldn't it be returning only
>> if it is ALREADY enabled?
> It returns if it isn't enabled. It was disabled by pnp_enable if that was
>> My log points to only PCI devices getting enabled. Could this be the
>> root culprit?
> If you put in a debugging statement in pnp_enable_resources you'll see that
> it gets called too.
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