Difference between revisions of "Board:rca/rm4100"

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(New page: The RCA RM4100 was originally designed by Thomson Electronics and was called the IP1000. I was then manufactured by RCA and named the RM4100. It is a great little set-top-box for coreboot....)
 
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To adjust this edit targets/rca/rm4100/Config.lb and change option  
To adjust this edit targets/rca/rm4100/Config.lb and change option  
  CONFIG_VIDEO_MB =  
  CONFIG_VIDEO_MB =  
and change it to any of the options above. Note: Remember that if you do want VGA you will need the vga bios file (vga.bin).
and change it to any of the options above. Note: Remember that if you do want VGA you will need the vga bios file (vga.rom).




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  cd rca/rm4100/rm4100
  cd rca/rm4100/rm4100
  make
  make
If your using VGA to now need to prepend your video bios to the coreboot.rom
If your using VGA to now need to prepend your video bios to the coreboot.rom. Copy your vga bios file (vga.rom) to the ~/coreboot-v2/targets/rca/rm4100/rm4100 directory.
  cat vga.rom coreboot.rom > bios.bin
  cat vga.rom coreboot.rom > bios.bin




4. At last your ready to flash bios.bin to your RM4100. If this is the first time, meaning your rm4100 still has the original bios, you need to use the method on the RM4100 Customizing website to flash otherwise you can just use flashrom.
4. At last your ready to flash bios.bin to your RM4100. If this is the first time, meaning your rm4100 still has the original bios, you need to use the method on the RM4100 Customizing website to flash otherwise you can just use flashrom.

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