[coreboot] alix.2c3 stops at mainboard_pre_payload: done
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Fri Oct 10 18:17:48 CEST 2008
On Friday 10 October 2008 15:47:22 Ward Vandewege wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 10:04:45AM +0300, Roman Yeryomin wrote:
> > On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 11:23 PM, Ward Vandewege <ward at gnu.org> wrote:
> > > On Thu, Oct 09, 2008 at 10:20:29PM +0200, Peter Stuge wrote:
> > >> Roman Yeryomin wrote:
> > >> > >> what could be the problem?
> > >> > >
> > >> > > My 1c has the serial port on a superio chip. I recognize this
> > >> > > problem from other boards. I also have a 3c3 where I saw this
> > >> > > before I fried the 5536 ATA driver.
> > >> >
> > >> > Sorry didn't understand what you actually mean here... that I have
> > >> > fried my hardware?
> > >>
> > >> Sorry! No not at all!
> > >>
> > >> The serial port on alix1c is on the Winbond superio chip. The alix2
> > >> and 3 boards do not have this superio chip and their serial port is
> > >> connected directly to the 5536 - and this is probably the reason that
> > >> serial doesn't work anymore.
> > >
> > > I don't understand - serial works fine for me on the 2c3. Getting
> > > serial to work was in fact the 'hardest' part of doing the 2c3 port
> > > based on the .1c code, because of the absense of the winbond superio
> > > chip. It required all of changing a few lines of code :)
> > that image you gave me.. serial works with it for you, right? (I didn't
> > check)
> Yes, it does work for me. At 115200n8 of course. Note that the alix ships
> with tinybios set to a (much) lower speed.
yes, I know, it's 38400, but I use 115200 for your image -- it's hard not to
notice this :)
> > also what kind of linux distribution you have? does it work with busybox
> > also?
> I use voyage linux (http://linux.voyage.hk), which is basically Debian +
> some specifics for embedded systems. It specifically supports alix, and it
> really easy to install onto a CF card from your pc.
hmm... will look at it
I suppose it uses busybox too, right?
Can you post your `cat /proc/cmdline` and /etc/inittab (if it's set to use
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