[coreboot] New patch to review for coreboot: deb6f0f Add ASUS M5A88-V mainboard support
paulepanter at users.sourceforge.net
Wed Sep 7 09:46:14 CEST 2011
Dear Quing Pei,
Am Dienstag, den 06.09.2011, 22:42 +0800 schrieb QingPei Wang:
> i tested by my opensuse 11.2 without X windows.
could you just test if X works please so that nobody wanting to buy that
board gets wrong expectations?
Is suspend/resume working?
Are all ports working (hard drive, USB, …)?
How long does coreboot + payload take on your board to load/initialize?
> the patch is applicable to the former two patches which i sent before.
> And it does not depend on any other patches by AMD at this moment.
Some patches were committed tonight. Could you retest with them please?
> And i am trying to get familiar with gerrit at this moment. I just
> learned how to submit the patches, still does not know how to use "git
> format-patch" things.
> The attachment is a simple boot log with the board. I will cost more time to
> make this better.
A TODO would also be nice. ;-)
> On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 10:28 PM, Paul Menzel wrote:
> > Am Dienstag, den 06.09.2011, 15:12 +0200 schrieb QingPei Wang:
> > > commit deb6f0f225bddd2fa786f94689555a21add12d13
> > > Author: QingPei Wang <wangqingpei at gmail.com>
> > > Date: Tue Sep 6 21:09:40 2011 +0800
> > >
> > > Add ASUS M5A88-V mainboard support
> > >
> > > it's a AMD 880+800 mainboard. I port the code
> > > based on the AMD reference code.
You can use the following Git commands to adapt your patch.
Update the user information (just a suggestion).
git config --global user.name Quingpei Wang (your Chinese spelling here)
Update all remote repositories.
Take a look at the changes.
git log origin/master # where `origin` is the remote coreboot respository
Checkout your branch with your ASUS M5A88-V stuff.
git branch # show all local branches
git checkout m5a88 # substitude m5a88
Put your changes on top of the latest master.
git rebase origin/master # if there are conflicts, but there should not
Update (amend) the commit message of the last commit to for example add
information, what you have tested.
git commit --amend -s
If you also want to amend files, you have to add the changed file before
git add yourfilewithtoamendedchanges
git add --patch yourfilewithtoamendedchanges # only parts of the
git commit --amend -s
git commit -a --amend -s
If you also want to add commits prior to the list one.
git rebase -i HEAD~8 # number of commits going back
If you need more information the manual pages are also quite good. For
example `git help rebase` opens the manual page for `git rebase`.
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