Currently, setting SeaBIOS debug level to 3, the log is filled with messages like below. ns 1 read lba 11346288+8: 0 ns 1 read lba 11346296+4: 0 ns 1 read lba 11346300+4: 0 ns 1 read lba 11346304+8: 0 ns 1 read lba 11346312+8: 0 ns 1 read lba 11346320+8: 0 ns 1 read lba 11346328+8: 0 ns 1 read lba 11346336+8: 0 With SeaBIOS as coreboot payload, this fills up the CBMEM console buffer. So, increase the debug level to 5, so possible console buffer do not overflow. Reviewed-by: Philippe Mathieu-Daudé <firstname.lastname@example.org> Signed-off-by: Paul Menzel <email@example.com>
|1 week ago|
|docs||2 months ago|
|scripts||1 week ago|
|src||1 week ago|
|vgasrc||3 weeks ago|
|.gitignore||9 years ago|
|COPYING||12 years ago|
|COPYING.LESSER||11 years ago|
|Makefile||1 week ago|
|README||5 years ago|
Welcome to the SeaBIOS project! This project implements an X86 legacy
bios that is built with standard GNU tools.
Please see build and developer information at:
For the impatient, SeaBIOS is built for QEMU and tested on QEMU with:
qemu -bios out/bios.bin
SeaBIOS can be configured with kconfig. To change the default
configuration one can run "make menuconfig" prior to running "make".
For other types of builds, and for more detailed developer
documentation, please see the online documentation listed above.