[coreboot] On loongson CPU or MIPS ARCH
peter at stuge.se
Mon Apr 29 04:51:14 CEST 2013
li guang wrote:
> > Don't get me wrong, coreboot is great
> > for x86 but for loongson its init framework is somewhat overkill and
> > initing naively is more appropriate. What do you think to use as
> > payload? You need something as GRUB for it since the chip is too small
> > to hold a kernel anyway.
> Yes, I'm querying coreboot for the similar consideration.
Know that Vladimir is the GRUB maintainer, so he might have some bias.
> Is payload indispensable?
You do need some kind of payload, but..
> can we directly load kernel image?
..it's possible to make a kernel the payload, if the boot flash is
big enough. If not, the best solution depends on what software is
required to load the kernel on the given hardware platform.
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