The AM1ML page was created as just a single dot.  I have no clue why.


On Sunday, September 18, 2016, <> wrote:

> I recently purchased one of these boards after seeing articles about coreboot 
> support on various sites, based on the bios manual I downloaded it appeared 
> to support IOMMU virtualization although in reality it doesn't actually work 
> (xen spits back IOMMU not present).
> I emailed biostar and they replied stating that AMD says that IOMMU is not 
> actually supported in the AM1 platform (despite AMD previously telling me 
> that it is in fact supported) then they sent me an "updated" (with a lower 
> version number) BIOS update file that they say removes the IOMMU option from 
> the bios (I fail to understand why anyone would bother flashing this)
> I’m also curious if anyone knows happened to the AM1ML coreboot wiki page.
> (Somebody replaced it with a single 
> dot)
> I have not tried flashing coreboot yet because this board runs my router so I 
> don't desire to do a seat-of-my-pants install and then spend hours 
> re-flashing and trying to figure out why it doesn't work.
> Does anyone know of a low power and recent/useful/has pci-e actually coreboot 
> compatible board that supports IOMMU virt if this one doesn't?
> "maggie:
> Dear Sir,
> Thanks for using Biostar's product first of all!
> Regarding to your question,
> AM1ML initial BIOS (AKBCT304.BSS : 2014-03-04) is based on AMD initial 
> official specification to build in IOMMU function. However,we found IOMMU 
> problem and report to AMD,AMD reply this function does not support and ask to 
> remove.
> Here,we modify new attached BIOS (AKBCT301.BSS : 2016-03-01) to remove IOMMU  
> function. Sorry for any inconvenience."
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