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- 1.1.4
Major restructuring of hypertransport handling.
Major rewerite of superio/NSC/pc87360 as a proof of concept for handling superio resources dynamically
Updates to hard_reset handling when resetting because of the need to change hypertransport link
speeds and widths.
(a) No longer assume the boot is good just because we get to a hard reset point.
(b) Set a flag to indicate that the BIOS triggered the reset so we don't decrement the
boot counter.
Updates to arima/hdama mptable so it tracks the new bus numbers
- 1.1.3
Major update of the dyanmic device tree to so it can handle
* subtractive resources
* merging with the static device tree
* more device types than just pci
- 1.1.2
Add back in the hard_reset method from freebios1 this allows generic
code to reset the box.
Update the hypertransport setup code to automatically optimize
hypertransport link widths and frequencies, and to call hard_reset
if necessary for the changes to go into effect.
- 1.1.1
Updates to the new configuration system so it works more reliably
Removed a bunch of unused configuration variables
Removed a bunch of unused assembly code
- 1.1.0
A whole bunch of random ppc and opteron work we never put a good label on
- 1.1.0
Intial development release of LinuxBIOS.
Everything is thrown overboard and will be reincluded as necessary so we can
get rid of the legacy baggage. Since LinuxBIOS was started we have developed
some better techniques for some things, but we still hang on to the old ways
because some ports that we want not to break depend on them. So we preserve
them by preserve the 1.0.x series and keeping only the best practices for
the 1.1.x series. When there is a stable port this code base will
become LinuxBIOS 2.0.x and the core will become frozen.