[coreboot] Compiling for Pixel
xieliwei at gmail.com
Sun Sep 8 20:44:22 CEST 2013
I was reading around and two of the things I came by, the OSCON 2013 slides
and a post on SeaBIOS's mailing list (
http://www.seabios.org/pipermail/seabios/2013-April/006136.html ) mentioned
pulling from the ChromiumOS's repos due to patches yet to be submitted to
the upstream one. I'll still give the upstream repos a try, but does anyone
know whether the upstream stuff are Link compatible?
On 8 September 2013 02:51, John Lewis <jlewis at johnlewis.ie> wrote:
> Well, you can try using the upstream coreboot git repo for a start - I
> haven't had much success using ChromiumOS's version. Largely due to the
> binaries they're using, I think.
> Liwei <xieliwei at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello list,
> I've been tinkering around with the Pixel for a while and today
> decided to compile a copy of Coreboot on my own. As predicted for a first
> timer, I made a brick.
> I can pretty much recover from that by reflashing with a bus
> pirate-like device, but I'm wondering what did I do wrong?
> The device wakes up when I open the lid or press the power button
> (keyboard light goes on) but that's it. It still turns off if I hold on to
> the power button for a while.
> Attached are my flash layout ( http://paste.ubuntu.com/6075724/ ) and
> coreboot config ( http://paste.ubuntu.com/6075719/ ).
> Source is chromeos-2013.04 branch from
> https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/third_party/coreboot . The
> last commit is 747c728538785498b6d1aa7029a7673c91068ece.
> SeaBIOS, which is my payload, is firmware-link-2695.B branch from
> https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/third_party/seabios . The
> last commit is 93d1fc99763baa363cbe1855b4533dfd4a1a0308.
> I'd appreciate it very much if someone can give me some pointers on
> what I must do to get a working image. Thanks!
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