[SerialICE] Porting to new boards
mylesgw at gmail.com
Tue Jun 22 06:23:26 CEST 2010
> On 06/21/2010 01:00 PM, Myles Watson wrote:
> > I'd like to have SerialICE working on my Tyan boards, but I don't see
> > any output from the serial port after my porting attempt.
> > I took a step back and tried Qemu and SimNOW. I see the SerialICE
> > prompt, but I don't know how to test that interface.
> > SerialICE v1.5 (Jun 21 2010)
> not sure what you mean test it? Have you read the README's? If your
> getting the prompt your good to go :-)
I have, but it's always possible that I missed something.
> > I was expecting to be able to enter some commands at the prompt, to
> > read/write memory locations and registers.
> yes, why can't you?
I figured it out a little better since then. I wasn't getting any response
to my queries. Now I can do reads and writes from the prompt.
> > I'm attaching the patches I am working with:
> > emulators.diff: Add trivial support for qemu and copy support for
> > SimNOW from Tyan s2912 since they use the same SuperIO chip.
> > pci_read.diff: Add pci_read functions, since my Tyan s2895 Serial init
> > code uses them (copied from Coreboot)
> > tyan.diff: Add code for s2895 (s2892 is just a copy of s2895 right now)
> > debug_romstrap.diff: Make the romstrap end up looking like Coreboot's
> > Status:
> > Qemu& SimNOW give me a prompt, but I don't know how to interact with
> > Tyan s2895 - No output.
> what is the superio on your s2895?
smsc lpc47b397. I copied the initialization code from Coreboot.
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