Martin Roth

Projects

  • coreboot (Manager, Developer, Reporter, 11/18/2015)
  • lava (Manager, Developer, Reporter, 08/07/2016)

Activity

Reported issues: 4

08/22/2017

03:11 PM coreboot Bug #118: Kconfig defines symbols with unmet dependencies
I'll look at updating to the latest kconfig version from the kernel.
- Update Kconfig documentation
- Update Kcon...

09/29/2016

07:46 PM coreboot Bug #72: Provide better a error message when trying to use missing blobs in a non-git tree
What about adding an integer "REQUIRES_BLOBS" kconfig option that can be set in chipsets or boards that have blobby r...
07:33 PM coreboot Bug #32 (Closed): [Haswell/Broadwell] LPC power optimizer RCBA instructions break eDP display wit...
Patch is merged. Closing the issue.

06/20/2016

04:28 AM coreboot Bug #41 (Closed): [Geode][LX] Zero-address accesses results in UD2
closing as fixed.
04:26 AM coreboot Bug #40 (Closed): The IASL update to 20160318 generates wrong bytecode on samsung/lumpy
closing as fixed.

04/13/2016

04:23 PM coreboot Bug #42: Commit 53c388fe6dfb4fc4ffcee6c58345d353c6ec33bf breaks coreboot for alix2d13
It was just pointed out to me that this is probably the same issue as bug #41.
https://ticket.coreboot.org/issues/41...
03:05 PM coreboot Bug #42: Commit 53c388fe6dfb4fc4ffcee6c58345d353c6ec33bf breaks coreboot for alix2d13
This builds for me under origin/master from coreboot.org, using the following miniconfig, so I'm still not sure what ...

04/12/2016

10:47 PM coreboot Bug #40: The IASL update to 20160318 generates wrong bytecode on samsung/lumpy
The issue is caused by src/superio/smsc/mec1308/acpi/superio.asl
Change:
Name (_CRS, ResourceTemplate()
{
IO...
09:44 PM coreboot Bug #40: The IASL update to 20160318 generates wrong bytecode on samsung/lumpy
The difference in output is the new IASL version is outputting some 'External' instructions - hints for disassembly. ...
08:35 PM coreboot Bug #40: The IASL update to 20160318 generates wrong bytecode on samsung/lumpy
Interestingly, ALL of the differences are at the top of the file. Byte 0xCA in the new file corresponds to byte 0x24...

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