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From 17ed0de277435222aba484b3903a55710075f999 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
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From: Vladimir 'phcoder' Serbinenko <phcoder@gmail.com>
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Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 14:03:52 +0200
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Subject: [PATCH 285/364] 	* docs/grub.texi: Update coreboot status info.
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---
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 ChangeLog      |  4 ++++
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 docs/grub.texi | 40 ++++++++++++++++++++--------------------
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 2 files changed, 24 insertions(+), 20 deletions(-)
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diff --git a/ChangeLog b/ChangeLog
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index a2f1d5a..5212955 100644
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--- a/ChangeLog
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+++ b/ChangeLog
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@@ -1,5 +1,9 @@
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 2013-04-12  Vladimir Serbinenko  <phcoder@gmail.com>
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+	* docs/grub.texi: Update coreboot status info.
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+
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+2013-04-12  Vladimir Serbinenko  <phcoder@gmail.com>
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+
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 	* tests/grub_cmd_date.in: New test for datetime.
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 2013-04-12  Vladimir Serbinenko  <phcoder@gmail.com>
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diff --git a/docs/grub.texi b/docs/grub.texi
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index f6f9506..87d19ea 100644
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--- a/docs/grub.texi
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+++ b/docs/grub.texi
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@@ -4860,6 +4860,7 @@ Information retrieval:
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 @item mips-arc: lsdev
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 @item efi: lsefisystab, lssal, lsefimmap
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 @item i386-pc: lsapm
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+@item i386-coreboot: lscoreboot, coreboot_boottime
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 @item acpi-enabled (i386-pc, i386-coreboot, i386-multiboot, *-efi): lsacpi
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 @end itemize
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@@ -4895,10 +4896,10 @@ X86 support is summarised in the following table. ``Yes'' means that the kernel
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 @item Plan9                          @tab yes     @tab no (1)
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 @item Freedos                        @tab yes     @tab no (1)
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 @item FreeBSD bootloader             @tab yes     @tab crashes (1)
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-@item 32-bit kFreeBSD                @tab yes     @tab crashes (2,6)
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-@item 64-bit kFreeBSD                @tab yes     @tab crashes (2,6)
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+@item 32-bit kFreeBSD                @tab yes     @tab crashes (5)
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+@item 64-bit kFreeBSD                @tab yes     @tab crashes (5)
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 @item 32-bit kNetBSD                 @tab yes     @tab crashes (1)
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-@item 64-bit kNetBSD                 @tab yes     @tab crashes (2)
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+@item 64-bit kNetBSD                 @tab yes     @tab crashes
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 @item 32-bit kOpenBSD                @tab yes     @tab yes
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 @item 64-bit kOpenBSD                @tab yes     @tab yes
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 @item Multiboot                      @tab yes     @tab yes
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@@ -4909,9 +4910,9 @@ X86 support is summarised in the following table. ``Yes'' means that the kernel
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 @item 64-bit Linux (modern protocol) @tab yes     @tab yes
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 @item 32-bit XNU                     @tab yes     @tab ?
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 @item 64-bit XNU                     @tab yes     @tab ?
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-@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (3)  @tab no (3)
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-@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (3)  @tab no (3)
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-@item Appleloader                    @tab no (3)  @tab no (3)
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+@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (2)  @tab no (2)
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+@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (2)  @tab no (2)
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+@item Appleloader                    @tab no (2)  @tab no (2)
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 @end multitable
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 @multitable @columnfractions .50 .22 .22
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@@ -4921,8 +4922,8 @@ X86 support is summarised in the following table. ``Yes'' means that the kernel
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 @item Plan9                          @tab no (1)       @tab no (1)
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 @item FreeDOS                        @tab no (1)       @tab no (1)
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 @item FreeBSD bootloader             @tab crashes (1)  @tab crashes (1)
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-@item 32-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (6)  @tab crashes (6)
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-@item 64-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (6)  @tab crashes (6)
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+@item 32-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (5)  @tab crashes (5)
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+@item 64-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (5)  @tab crashes (5)
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 @item 32-bit kNetBSD                 @tab crashes (1)  @tab crashes (1)  
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 @item 64-bit kNetBSD                 @tab yes          @tab yes
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 @item 32-bit kOpenBSD                @tab yes          @tab yes
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@@ -4935,9 +4936,9 @@ X86 support is summarised in the following table. ``Yes'' means that the kernel
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 @item 64-bit Linux (modern protocol) @tab yes          @tab yes
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 @item 32-bit XNU                     @tab ?            @tab ?
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 @item 64-bit XNU                     @tab ?            @tab ?
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-@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (3)       @tab no (3)
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-@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (3)       @tab no (3)
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-@item Appleloader                    @tab no (3)       @tab no (3)
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+@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (2)       @tab no (2)
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+@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (2)       @tab no (2)
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+@item Appleloader                    @tab no (2)       @tab no (2)
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 @end multitable
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 @multitable @columnfractions .50 .22 .22
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@@ -4960,9 +4961,9 @@ X86 support is summarised in the following table. ``Yes'' means that the kernel
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 @item 32-bit Linux (modern protocol) @tab yes           @tab yes
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 @item 64-bit Linux (modern protocol) @tab yes           @tab yes
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 @item 32-bit XNU                     @tab yes           @tab yes
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-@item 64-bit XNU                     @tab yes (5)       @tab yes
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-@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab yes           @tab no (4)
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-@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (4)        @tab yes
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+@item 64-bit XNU                     @tab yes (4)       @tab yes
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+@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab yes           @tab no (3)
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+@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (3)        @tab yes
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 @item Appleloader                    @tab yes           @tab yes
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 @end multitable
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@@ -4973,8 +4974,8 @@ X86 support is summarised in the following table. ``Yes'' means that the kernel
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 @item Plan9                          @tab no (1)
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 @item FreeDOS                        @tab no (1)
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 @item FreeBSD bootloader             @tab crashes (1)
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-@item 32-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (6)
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-@item 64-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (6)
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+@item 32-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (5)
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+@item 64-bit kFreeBSD                @tab crashes (5)
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 @item 32-bit kNetBSD                 @tab crashes (1)
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 @item 64-bit kNetBSD                 @tab ?
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 @item 32-bit kOpenBSD                @tab ?
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@@ -4987,14 +4988,13 @@ X86 support is summarised in the following table. ``Yes'' means that the kernel
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 @item 64-bit Linux (modern protocol) @tab ?
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 @item 32-bit XNU                     @tab ?
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 @item 64-bit XNU                     @tab ?
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-@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (3)
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-@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (3)
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-@item Appleloader                    @tab no (3)
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+@item 32-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (2)
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+@item 64-bit EFI chainloader         @tab no (2)
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+@item Appleloader                    @tab no (2)
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 @end multitable
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 @enumerate
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 @item Requires BIOS
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-@item Crashes because the memory at 0x0-0x1000 isn't available
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 @item EFI only
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 @item 32-bit and 64-bit EFI have different structures and work in different CPU modes so it's not possible to chainload 32-bit bootloader on 64-bit platform and vice-versa
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 @item Some modules may need to be disabled
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-- 
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1.8.1.4
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