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authorAndreas Widen <andreas@harmonicflow.org>2019-04-12 15:25:47 +0200
committerAndreas Widen <andreas@harmonicflow.org>2019-04-12 15:25:47 +0200
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Updated GA-G41M-ES2L flashing tutorial.HEADmaster
Signed-off-by: Andreas Widen <andreas@harmonicflow.org>
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@@ -224,6 +224,15 @@ payload -----------|
|-"(grub2.elf)" Payload path and filename
</pre>
+Check the mac address for the onboard RT8168 network card and enter that
+in '**Generic Drivers -> Realtek rt8168 mac address**'. My board is rev.
+1.1 and it **didn't** find the onboard network card at all. If this
+happens to you, just leave default mac address as is and install a PCI
+or PCI express network card instead. I'm using a PCI network card
+'**D-Link DGE-528T**' which uses RTL8169 kernel driver. Do some research
+beforehand to make sure your network card will work with default libre
+kernel drivers.
+
This will create a '**.config**' file containing all settings.
Compile coreboot:
@@ -281,7 +290,7 @@ Power supply
CPU
CPU Fan
Memory
-Network card
+Harddrive
</pre>
Here's the parts I used to build a server:
@@ -293,9 +302,9 @@ CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 2,83 GHz 12M
CPU Fan: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro rev.2
Memory: Corsair 2 x 2 GB DDR2 800 (PC2-6400) Memory
Network card: D-Link DGE-528T PCI (RTL8169 kernel driver)
+Harddrive: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD harddrive
PCI Express to USB 3.0 4-Port PCI Express Expansion Card Adapter Hub VIA 5Gbps
PCI Express SATA 3 Controller Card, 2 Port PCIe SATA III 6GB/s Internal Ada L80
-Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD harddrive
</pre>
The parts were carefully choosen so that the server would be as close to
@@ -305,10 +314,8 @@ software.
For a list of compatible CPU's (socket LGA 775), see:<br>
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Core_2_microprocessors](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Core_2_microprocessors)
-The onboard network card doesn't work by default and I recommend getting
-a PCI or PCI Express network card. I'm using a PCI network card (D-Link
-DGE-528T) which works with default Debian GNU/Linux kernel without
-proprietary drivers. It's using the RTL8169 driver for it.
+The onboard network card might not work by default, and if so, just get
+a PCI or PCI Express network card.
Congratulations! We're done. Now you can install a libre distro such as
[Debian GNU/Linux](https://www.debian.org/). I recommend setting up