[coreboot] alix1c and v3
rminnich at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 01:07:28 CET 2008
On Jan 28, 2008 3:58 PM, Marc Jones <marc.jones at amd.com> wrote:
> I don't think so. It is coreboot that sets the stack for VSA
> initialization. The more I think about it, the stack shouldn't be moved.
> Just switch to real mode and VSA can use the same stack as LinuxBIOS
> (maybe pad it a little if you are worried about alignment). This is how
> it works in a standard BIOS.
Stack is at 8ffxx, which is way out of 64k area ... I am lazy and set
%es to 0. It's really much easier to leave it on page 0 :-)
> It is in the VSA memory area. It is setup by VSA during init.
> > Ron, can you provide us with logs of the last revision before VSA
> > support went in and of your current local codebase? I hope to pinpoint
> > the location of the explosion better.
> I should be building shortly and be able to find what is blowing up.
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