Bug #140

USB3.0 / USB3.1 boot support

Added by Nicolas R. over 1 year ago. Updated 7 months ago.

Status:ResolvedStart date:09/12/2017
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Description

Hi

Using an APU2 from pcengines, some USB keys are not detected by the bios.
I've tested with an Sandisk extrem USB3.0, it works, but it seems to do not work with USB3.0/USB3.1 keys.

I've unsuccessfully tried with :
Kingston DT50
Kingston datatraveler G4
Sandisk SDDD3-64G-G46

These keys are 3.1 compliant.

Any way to fix it ?

Thanks

History

#1 Updated by Patrick Georgi over 1 year ago

Since USB device support is not a coreboot task but the payloads', that depends a lot on what payload (and therefore USB driver) you're using.

#2 Updated by Nicolas R. over 1 year ago

Ok.. so how can I correct this ? How provides that payload ? I'm not familiar with it.

#3 Updated by Piotr Król over 1 year ago

Can you check SeaBIOS from PC Engines repository tag rel-1.10.2.1 ?
https://github.com/pcengines/seabios

#4 Updated by Nicolas R. over 1 year ago

I don't know how to update the pcengines bios using this seabios 1.10.2.1.

Actually it's running 1.10.0.1.

#5 Updated by Martin Roth over 1 year ago

  • Assignee set to Martin Roth

I agree that this is a payload issue, but I think we're seeing the same thing, or at least something similar with libpayload on other AMD platforms. I can at least grab a trace with the protocol analyzer and see what shows up there.

#6 Updated by Martin Roth 7 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Resolved
  • Assignee deleted (Martin Roth)

This should be fixed with this patch train:
https://review.coreboot.org/#/c/coreboot/+/27476/

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