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Procedure; The First Step - Nokia IP530 - Remote Access Server Installation Manual

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Install Coreboot on a Nokia IP530 HOWTO.

5 Procedure

5.1 The first step.

When you have obtained the executable for Flashrom (www.flashrom.org) and a
Coreboot BIOS image (www.coreboot.org) with SeaBios (www.seabios.org) you can
directly start with this procedure. The original Nokia IP530 BIOS will only boot a
FreeBSD disk, on flash or real disk. When using a Flash I suggest use a 1Gb Compact
Flash card in an adaptor in a donor PC, otherwise use a normal HDD in the donor PC.
Setup with a FreeBSD live CD image on the disk.
Adjust the following;
Set the kernel parameters so that the console output is routed to the first serial port
with speed 9600 NONE 1 stopbit.
Set the serial port(2), speed 9600 NONE 1 stopbit in the configuration to accept a
terminal session.
Optionally install ssh.
Copy the Flashrom executable and the Coreboot rom image to the disk. For
example to the /bios directory.
When running Linux compiled executables on a FreeBSD system you need the
following additional steps;
o copy the following libraries from the Linux system to the FreeBSD
system. Place them in the appropriate directory.
 libpci3.so
 libftdi1.so
Copy the following tools from the Linux system (only required when running into
problems, but that can not predicted). These files can be placed into the /usr/bin or /
bios directory.
o lspci
o superiotool (part of Coreboot)
o getpir (part of Coreboot)
Load the kernel module for running Linux images on the FreeBSD system
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