Re: [edk2] Using AHCI in DUET

Subject: Re: [edk2] Using AHCI in DUET

From: "KESHAV P.R." <>


Date: 2010-12-27 18:12:28

On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 00:55, Jordan Justen  wrote:
> Keshav,
> Which toolchain are you using?

MS Visual Studio 2008 with WiDDK in Windows 7 x64 Pro and,
GCC-multilib 4.5.2 in Archlinux x64 (using       -> I
tried this one, easier for me

> I think this is an issue of the size of the DUET image rather than AHCI related.
> One quick change that you might be able to try is to comment this line:
> #INF RuleOverride = BINARY EdkShellBinPkg/MinimumShell/MinimumShell.inf
> in DuetPkg/DuetPkg.fdf.

This line does not exist in DuetPkg.fdf

> If DUET is loading the shell from the disk then this should save
> enough space to get by the error you noticed.

I have a FAT32 partition from which I load the FullShell so no problem
there. The error comes in script.

> But, I don't think it is proper fix because it might break DUET if
> loaded onto a hard disk. (DUET should only load the shell from the
> FAT partition if it is 'removable' media.)
> -Jordan

I wanted to know if it is possible to make DUET aware of HDD if AHCI
mode is enabled in BIOS (Phoenix SecureCore). VirtualBox 4 seems so
have added such support (in OVMF). How about removing the logo from
the FDF file?



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