#25 TODO: investigate 64-bit building in coreboot

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opened 1 week ago by vimuser · 0 comments
Leah Rowe commented 1 week ago

we've always built 32-bit coreboot ,but coreboot is started to have good support for native 64-bit execution on x86 platforms. this means that coreboot itself is running 64-bit

some context:

https://github.com/coreboot/coreboot/commit/16fe5e1511dde46ec3a82988361ebdae54802cbc#diff-334247e97370ad67cadacdb4db066ccc1189d436a5b42423e7171ab895d4187f

https://github.com/coreboot/coreboot/search?o=desc&q=x86_64&s=committer-date&type=commits

In practise, this means that the crossgcc-x64 target in coreboot (for building crossgcc) will be needed in the future. Payloads are an unknown.

we've always built 32-bit coreboot ,but coreboot is started to have good support for native 64-bit execution on x86 platforms. this means that coreboot itself is running 64-bit some context: https://github.com/coreboot/coreboot/commit/16fe5e1511dde46ec3a82988361ebdae54802cbc#diff-334247e97370ad67cadacdb4db066ccc1189d436a5b42423e7171ab895d4187f https://github.com/coreboot/coreboot/search?o=desc&q=x86_64&s=committer-date&type=commits In practise, this means that the `crossgcc-x64` target in coreboot (for building crossgcc) will be needed in the future. Payloads are an unknown.
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