[coreboot] [PATCH] cbfstool "add-lzma" method

Patrick Georgi patrick at georgi-clan.de
Mon Sep 6 21:05:39 CEST 2010

Am 06.09.2010 20:10, schrieb Kevin O'Connor:
> It serves a similar role.  I don't much like CMOS because I've found
> it flaky on boards.  I also want to be able to config boot order - for
> example, a boot order might be something like
> "cdrom,disk,pci00:13.1,floppy" for cdrom, hard drive, BEV on an
> optionrom (eg, nic), and floppy.  Hard drive order might be like
> "ata1-0,usb1234:4567,pci00:13.1/1" for an ata drive, USB drive, and a
> BCV on an optionrom (eg, scsi drive).  I think encoding this into CMOS
> would be a lot harder than encoding into a string in CBFS.
We use a string in CMOS for that on kontron/986lcd-m

> Anyway, this is just in the though phase.  I only raised it because I
> thought it might be a sibling to the proposed "add-lzma".
add-lzma somewhat breaks the CBFS design as is. hence the question how
this can be made consistent.


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