I'd like to try using SeaBIOS instead of Grub2 on my Lenovo x200, to see if I might be able to boot OpenBSD on an encrypted volume that way, which would be cool. I imagine most OpenBSD laptop users make use of full disk encryption when they can, without which only odd individuals like me will go through the work to encrypt /home and the other non-root directories and update their rc scripts 'manually' each time they upgrade to the latest OpenBSD release or snapshot.
I took a stab at figuring out how to do this myself, but I haven't had much luck as yet:
Makefile.inc:517: util/crossgcc/Makefile.inc: No such file or directory
make: *** No rule to make target 'util/crossgcc/Makefile.inc'. Stop.
So, I cannot get the build working without modifications, so far.
And my plan was to try and run ./build roms withseabios x200_4mb after adding some config for it like so:
git branch seabios_x200_4mb grub_x200_4mb
But, I'm really just taking a stab in the dark on all of this to see if I can stumble upon something that works. Someone that knows what they are doing might have better luck. ;)
the priority should be to add seabios payload option for all boards, in fact.
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