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Bug #107

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X60 / Regression: Trackpoints is broken on current master

Added by Daniel Kulesz over 7 years ago. Updated about 7 years ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
-
Target version:
-
Start date:
04/14/2017
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Description

It was working in Coreboot 4.5 - please find the logs attached.


Files

cbfs.txt (1020 Bytes) cbfs.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
config.short.txt (444 Bytes) config.short.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
coreboot_console.txt (36 Bytes) coreboot_console.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
config.txt (18.8 KB) config.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
coreboot_timestamps.txt (39 Bytes) coreboot_timestamps.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
payload_config.txt (1.59 KB) payload_config.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
kernel_log.txt (61.1 KB) kernel_log.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
revision.txt (173 Bytes) revision.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
rom_checksum.txt (53 Bytes) rom_checksum.txt Daniel Kulesz, 04/14/2017 01:05 PM
Actions #1

Updated by Arthur Heymans about 7 years ago

Enabling trackpoint is an RTC cmos option. Some things were moved in the layout of the nvram which can cause this. Using nvramtool you can enable it again.
This was announced on mailing list with some instructions: https://mail.coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2017-January/082945.html

Actions #2

Updated by Daniel Kulesz about 7 years ago

I must have overlooked this announcement. Enabling the trackpoint via nvramtool did the trick - many thanks!

Actions #3

Updated by Alexander Couzens about 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed
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