Narendra PAtel | 3 Jun 14:57 2003
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Does LinuxBios Supports National's SC1200 ?

Hello group,

Can anybody please tell if the LinuxBios supports the National's SC1200 
Chipset?

And what if I have load WinCE using LinuxBios?

Thanks in Advance!

best regards,

Narendra Patel

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Xavier Pegenaute | 3 Jun 19:34 2003
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Alternatives implementations f LinuxBios

Hello,

i'd like to know where i can find information about alternative 
implementations of LinuxBios. At the moment i have:

- LinuxBios with Standard Flash
- LinuxBios with DoC
- LinuxBios with CF (i don't have info, yet)
- Some other ?

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ron minnich | 3 Jun 23:57 2003

Re: Different BOF (LINUXBIOS BOF) (fwd)


linuxbios BOF at Usenix.

thanks

ron

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2003 14:42:11 -0700
From: Jennifer Desimone <jdesimone <at> usenix.org>
To: ron minnich <rminnich <at> lanl.gov>
Subject: Re: Different BOF (LINUXBIOS BOF)

>Hello Ron,
>
>Here is your USENIX '03 BoF confirmation:
>
>Wednesday, June 11
>Salon K
>9:00pm-10:00pm
>LinuxBIOS BoF
Ron Minnich, Los Alamos National Lab

>We can only provide you with an overhead projector and screen. If
>you'd like to arrange for additional audio-visual equipment at your
>BoF, please contact Al Hymer,  Marriott Rivercenter Event
>Technology Manager, via email at <al.hymer <at> marriott.com>.

Thanks,
Jennifer Desimone
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roger | 4 Jun 01:13 2003
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Re: Different BOF (LINUXBIOS BOF) (fwd)

uh? and I wasn't invited??  ..eh. i'd have to fly my chopper up there to
make it on time.

On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 14:57, ron minnich wrote:
> linuxbios BOF at Usenix.
> 
> thanks
> 
> ron
> 
> 
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2003 14:42:11 -0700
> From: Jennifer Desimone <jdesimone <at> usenix.org>
> To: ron minnich <rminnich <at> lanl.gov>
> Subject: Re: Different BOF (LINUXBIOS BOF)
> 
> >Hello Ron,
> >
> >Here is your USENIX '03 BoF confirmation:
> >
> >Wednesday, June 11
> >Salon K
> >9:00pm-10:00pm
> >LinuxBIOS BoF
> Ron Minnich, Los Alamos National Lab
> 
> >We can only provide you with an overhead projector and screen. If
> >you'd like to arrange for additional audio-visual equipment at your
> >BoF, please contact Al Hymer,  Marriott Rivercenter Event
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NEWBELL7 | 4 Jun 04:57 2003

PS/2 irq problem...[EPIA]

Hello!! 

Have  you seen any ps/2 problem on EPIA ?
If you have PS/2 mouse & keyboard at same time on EPIA, mouse moving makes problem for ps/2 working. After that , keyboard also didn't work.

If you use gpm for mouse, both of mouse & keyboard didn't work. And If you unload gpm, keyboard buffer data while using gpm  print on screen suddenly.

Do you know this problem?

If you have any idea, let me know. please.

Thank you.

regards,
newbie

SONE Takeshi | 4 Jun 07:22 2003
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Re: PS/2 irq problem...[EPIA]

On Wed, Jun 04, 2003 at 11:57:07AM +0900, NEWBELL7 <at> magicn.com wrote:
> Have  you seen any ps/2 problem on EPIA ?
> If you have PS/2 mouse & keyboard at same time on EPIA, mouse moving
> makes problem for ps/2 working. After that , keyboard also didn't work.
> 
> If you use gpm for mouse, both of mouse & keyboard didn't work. And If
> you unload gpm, keyboard buffer data while using gpm  print on screen
> suddenly.

I have not seriously used PS/2 mouse on EPIA.
I'll look at it if I have time.

--

-- 
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Narendra PAtel | 4 Jun 12:43 2003
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Request for Status update of LinuxBios for SC1200 chipset

Dear Christer,

After going  through the mar2002 freebios mailing list I read about your 
achievement of SC1200 board working with linuxbios!!! As you mentioned in 
that mail that you had not tested graphics and Audio.

Could you please update us with the present status of Linuxbios development 
for NSC's SCx2xx chipset?

Does that final working code or patch being uploaded or can the final 
working code be available to us for our application which is very similar to 
Dorado II platform(SC1200 based)?

Did you achieved booting WinCe using Linuxbios?
Linuxbios homepage has posted one news that Linuxbios can boot windows 
2000!!!! but the code is not yet posted.

Thanks and regards,
Narendra Patel.

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Serafino Sorrenti | 4 Jun 17:11 2003
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boot problem with compact flash

Command? Max cpuid index    : 1
Command? Vendor ID          : AuthenticAMD
Command? Processor Type     : 0x00
Command? Processor Family   : 0x06
>>>>> 
>>>>> Too many errors encountered; the rest of the message is ignored:
> Processor Model    : 0x08
> Processor Mask     : 0x00
> Processor Stepping : 0x00
> Feature flags      : 0x0183f9ff
> 
> 
> MTRR check
> Fixed MTRRs   : Enabled
> Variable MTRRs: Enabled
> 
> Disabling local apic...done.
> CPU #0 Initialized
> Allocating PCI resources...
> ASSIGN RESOURCES, bus 0
> PCI: 00:00.0 10 <- [0xf8000000 - 0xfbffffff] mem
> PCI: 00:00.1 10 <- [0x00002c90 - 0x00002c93] io
> PCI: 00:00.1 14 <- [0x00002ca0 - 0x00002ca3] io
> PCI: 00:00.1 18 <- [0x00002cb0 - 0x00002cb3] io
> PCI: 00:00.1 1c <- [0x00002cc0 - 0x00002cc3] io
> PCI: 00:00.1 20 <- [0x00002c80 - 0x00002c8f] io
> PCI: 00:01.1 10 <- [0x00002000 - 0x000020ff] io
> PCI: 00:01.1 14 <- [0xfc100000 - 0xfc100fff] mem
> PCI: 00:01.2 10 <- [0xfc101000 - 0xfc101fff] mem
> PCI: 00:01.3 10 <- [0xfc102000 - 0xfc102fff] mem
> PCI: 00:01.4 10 <- [0x00002400 - 0x000024ff] io
> PCI: 00:01.4 14 <- [0xfc103000 - 0xfc103fff] mem
> PCI: 00:01.6 10 <- [0x00002800 - 0x000028ff] io
> PCI: 00:01.6 14 <- [0x00002c00 - 0x00002c7f] io
> PCI: 00:02.0 1c <- [0x00001000 - 0x00001fff] bus 1 ÿÿÿÿÿÿio
> PCI: 00:02.0 24 <- [0xf0000000 - 0xf7ffffff] bus 1 ÿÿÿÿÿÿprefmem
> PCI: 00:02.0 20 <- [0xfc000000 - 0xfc0fffff] bus 1 ÿÿÿÿÿÿmem
> ASSIGN RESOURCES, bus 1
> PCI: 01:00.0 10 <- [0xf0000000 - 0xf7ffffff] prefmem
> PCI: 01:00.0 14 <- [0xfc000000 - 0xfc01ffff] mem
> PCI: 01:00.0 18 <- [0x00001000 - 0x0000107f] io
> Allocating VGA resource
> done.
> Enabling PCI resourcess...PCI: 00:00.0 cmd <- 07
> PCI: 00:00.1 cmd <- 01
> PCI: 00:01.0 cmd <- 0c
> PCI: 00:01.1 cmd <- 03
> PCI: 00:01.2 cmd <- 02
> PCI: 00:01.3 cmd <- 02
> PCI: 00:01.4 cmd <- 03
> PCI: 00:01.6 cmd <- 01
> PCI: 00:02.0 cmd <- 27PCI: 01:00.0 cmd <- 03
> done.
> Initializing PCI devices...
> PCI devices initialized
> Enabled in SIS 503 regs 0x40 and 0x45
> handle_superio start, s 0000b040 nsuperio 1 s->super 0000b318
> handle_superio Pass 1, check #0, s 0000b040 s->super 0000b318
> handle_superio: Pass 1, Superio SiS 950
> handle_superio  port 0x2e, defaultport 0x2e
> handle_superio  Using port 0x2e
> handle_superio Pass 1, done #0
> handle_superio done
> PCCHIPS M810LMR (and similar)...Entering the initregs process
> Southbridge fixup done for SIS 503
> handle_superio start, s 0000b040 nsuperio 1 s->super 0000b318
> handle_superio Pass 2, check #0, s 0000b040 s->super 0000b318
> handle_superio: Pass 2, Superio SiS 950
> handle_superio  port 0x2e, defaultport 0x2e
> handle_superio  Using port 0x2e
>   Call finishup
> handle_superio Pass 2, done #0
> handle_superio done
> Copying IRQ routing tables to 0xf0000...done.
> Wrote linuxbios table at: 00000500 - 0000066c  checksum bc14
> 
> Welcome to elfboot, the open sourced starter.
> January 2002, Eric Biederman.
> Version 1.2
> 
>     37:init_bytes() - zkernel_start:0xfffc0000  zkernel_mask:0x0000ffff
> Found ELF candiate at offset 0
> New segment addr 0x400000 size 0xcba0 offset 0x60 filesize 0x8789
> (cleaned up) New segment addr 0x400000 size 0xcba0 offset 0x60 filesize 
0x8789
> Loading Segment: addr: 0x0000000000400000 memsz: 0x000000000000cba0 filesz: 
> 0x0000000000008789
> Clearing Segment: addr: 0x0000000000408789 memsz: 0x0000000000004417
> Jumping to boot code
> ROM segment 0x0000 length 0x0000 reloc 0x0000
> Etherboot 5.0.6 (GPL) ELF for [SIS900]
> Boot from (N)etwork or from (L)ocal? clocks_per_tick = 941374
> N
> I am now initializing the ide system
> init_drive sectors_per_track = [32], num_heads = [16],num_cylinders=[984], 
> num_sectors = [503808]
> LBA mode supported
> 
> Boot: (hd0,0)/kernel
> rawread (post_loop) ide_read_sector failed
> File not found
> Probing...[SIS900]Found SIS900 ROM address 0x0000
> The PCI BIOS has not enabled this device!
> Updating PCI command 0003->0007. pci_bus 00 pci_device_fn 09
> Found SIS 85C503/5513 PCI to ISA bridge ROM address 0x0000
> 
> sis900_probe: MAC addr 00:0A:E6:4B:4A:AF at ioaddr 0X2000
> sis900_probe: Vendor:0X1039 Device:0X0900
> sis900_probe: No MII transceivers found!
> No adapter found
> <sleep>
> <abort>
> Boot from (N)etwork or from (L)ocal? N
> I am now initializing the ide system
> init_drive sectors_per_track = [32], num_heads = [16],num_cylinders=[984], 
> num_sectors = [503808]
> LBA mode supported
> 
> Boot: (hd0,0)/kernel
> File not found
> Probing...[SIS900]Found SIS900 ROM address 0x0000
> Found SIS 85C503/5513 PCI to ISA bridge ROM address 0x0000
> 
> sis900_probe: MAC addr 00:0A:E6:4B:4A:AF at ioaddr 0X2000
> sis900_probe: Vendor:0X1039 Device:0X0900
> sis900_probe: No MII transceivers found!
> No adapter found
> <sleep>
> <abort>
> Boot from (N)etwork or from (L)ocal? N
> I am now initializing the ide system
> init_drive sectors_per_track = [32], num_heads = [16],num_cylinders=[984], 
> num_sectors = [503808]
> LBA mode supported
> 
> Boot: (hd0,0)/kernel
> File not found
> Probing...[SIS900]Found SIS900 ROM address 0x0000
> Found SIS 85C503/5513 PCI to ISA bridge ROM address 0x0000
> 
> sis900_probe: MAC addr 00:0A:E6:4B:4A:AÆ
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> this is the error on boot in my serial console, but in the Compact flash the 
> file /kernel is here and don't have any problem.
> 
> Tnx Serafino

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Xavier Pegenaute | 5 Jun 13:35 2003
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GDT in entry16/32.inc

Hello,

for curiosity is there any specific reason for put values in the first 
entry of GDT in the file src/cpu/i386/entry[16|32].inc ?.

The content of the first entry is:

.globl EXT(gdtptr)
gdt:
EXT(gdtptr):
    .word    gdt_end - gdt -1 /* compute the table limit */
    .long    gdt         /* we know the offset */
    .word    0

... etc ...

Xavi.
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Greg Watson | 5 Jun 19:12 2003

PPC

Just thought you might like to know that I booted a linux kernel 
using linuxbios on a PPC yesterday. There are still a few issues to 
sort out, but it's looking very promising.

For those that are attending USENIX next week, I'll have the machine 
at the BOF so you can see it really works!

Cheers,

Greg
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