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commit 93ea8f2fadd050fafae7532638f973c09879748b
parent 27de7f5f3f0efbd9450e75bb40b8fb212ddc1269
Author: Swift Geek <swiftgeek@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon,  4 Sep 2017 08:11:18 +0000

Merge branch 'grub-integration' of kragle/libreboot into master

Diffstat:
projects/grub/configs/background/COPYING | 3---
projects/grub/configs/background/background1024x768.png | 0
projects/grub/configs/background/background1280x800.png | 0
projects/grub/configs/background/logo.svg | 66------------------------------------------------------------------
projects/grub/install/corebootfb/background/COPYING | 3+++
projects/grub/install/corebootfb/background/background1024x768.png | 0
projects/grub/install/corebootfb/background/background1280x800.png | 0
projects/grub/install/corebootfb/background/logo.svg | 66++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
projects/grub/install/install | 6++++--
projects/grub/install/textmode/AUTHORS | 2++
projects/grub/install/textmode/COPYING | 695+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
projects/grub/install/textmode/grub.cfg | 172+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
projects/grub/install/textmode/grubtest.cfg | 172+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
projects/grub/install/txtmode/AUTHORS | 2--
projects/grub/install/txtmode/COPYING | 695-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
projects/grub/install/txtmode/grub.cfg | 172-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
projects/grub/install/txtmode/grubtest.cfg | 172-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
17 files changed, 1114 insertions(+), 1112 deletions(-)

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But first, please read +<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>. diff --git a/projects/grub/install/textmode/grub.cfg b/projects/grub/install/textmode/grub.cfg @@ -0,0 +1,172 @@ +insmod nativedisk +insmod ehci +insmod ohci +insmod uhci +insmod usb +insmod usbms +insmod usbserial_pl2303 +insmod usbserial_ftdi +insmod usbserial_usbdebug + +# Serial and keyboard configuration, very important. +serial --speed=115200 --unit=0 --word=8 --parity=no --stop=1 +terminal_input --append serial +terminal_output --append serial +terminal_input --append at_keyboard +terminal_output --append cbmemc +terminal_output --append gfxterm + +load_env --file (cbfsdisk)/grubenv + +# User's preferred keyboard layout +if [ -n "${keymap}" ]; then + keymap "${keymap}" +fi + +function try_user_config { + set root="${1}" + for dir in boot grub grub2 boot/grub boot/grub2; do + for name in libreboot_ autoboot_ librecore_ coreboot_ ''; do + if [ -f /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg ]; then + unset superusers + configfile /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg + fi + done + done +} + +function search_grub { + for i in 0 1; do + # raw devices + try_user_config "(${1}${i})" + for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do + # MBR/GPT partitions + try_user_config "(${1}${i},${part})" + done + done +} + +function try_isolinux_config { + set root="${1}" + for dir in '' /boot; do + if [ -f "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg ]; then + syslinux_configfile -i "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg + elif [ -f "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg ]; then + syslinux_configfile -s "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg + fi + done +} + +function search_isolinux { + for i in 0 1; do + # raw devices + try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i})" + for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do + # MBR/GPT partitions + try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i},${part})" + done + done +} + +menuentry 'Load Operating System (incl. fully encrypted disks) [o]' --hotkey='o' { +# GRUB2 handles (almost) every possible disk setup, but only the location of +# /boot is actually important since GRUB2 only loads the user's config. + +# LVM, RAID, filesystems and encryption on both raw devices and partitions in +# all various combinations need to be supported. Since full disk encryption is +# possible with GRUB2 as payload and probably even used by most users, this +# configuration tries to load the operating system in the following way: + +# 1. Look for user configuration on unencrypted devices first to avoid +# unnecessary decryption routines in the following order: + +# 1) raw devices and MBR/GPT partitions + search_grub ahci + search_grub ata +# 2) LVM and RAID which might be used accross multiple devices + lvm="lvm/matrix-rootvol lvm/matrix-boot" + raid="md/0 md/1 md/2 md/3 md/4 md/5 md/6 md/7 md/8 md/9" + for vol in ${lvm} ${raid}; do + try_user_config "(${vol})" + done +# 2. In case no configuration could be found, try decrypting devices. Look +# on raw crypto devices as well as inside LVM volumes this time. + +# The user will be prompted for a passphrase if a LUKS header was found. + for dev in ahci0 ata0 usb0 ${lvm}; do + cryptomount "(${dev})" + done +# 3) encrypted devices/partitions + for i in 0 1; do + for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do + for type in ahci ata; do + cryptomount "(${type}${i},${part})" + done + done + done + +# 3) encrypted devices/partitions + search_grub crypto +# 4) LVM inside LUKS containers + for vol in ${lvm}; do + try_user_config "(${vol})" + done + + # Last resort, if all else fails + set root=ahci0,1 + for p in / /boot/; do + if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then + linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw + if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then + initrd ${p}initrd.img + fi + fi + done + + # Last resort (for GA-G41-ES2L which uses IDE emulation mode for SATA) + set root=ata0,1 + for p in / /boot/; do + if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then + linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw + if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then + initrd ${p}initrd.img + fi + fi + done +} + +menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (AHCI) [a]' --hotkey='a' { + search_isolinux ahci +} + +menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (USB) [u]' --hotkey='u' { + search_isolinux usb +} + +menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (CD/DVD) [d]' --hotkey='d' { + insmod ata + for dev in ata0 ata1 ata2 ata3 ahci1; do + try_isolinux_config "(${dev})" + done +} + +menuentry 'Load test configuration (grubtest.cfg) inside of CBFS [t]' --hotkey='t' { + set root='(cbfsdisk)' + configfile /grubtest.cfg +} + +menuentry 'Search for GRUB2 configuration on external media [s]' --hotkey='s' { + search_grub usb +} + +menuentry 'Load MemTest86+ [m]' --hotkey='m' { + linux16 (cbfsdisk)/memtest.bin +} + +menuentry 'Poweroff [p]' --hotkey='p' { + halt +} + +menuentry 'Reboot [r]' --hotkey='r' { + reboot +} diff --git a/projects/grub/install/textmode/grubtest.cfg b/projects/grub/install/textmode/grubtest.cfg @@ -0,0 +1,172 @@ +insmod nativedisk +insmod ehci +insmod ohci +insmod uhci +insmod usb +insmod usbms +insmod usbserial_pl2303 +insmod usbserial_ftdi +insmod usbserial_usbdebug + +# Serial and keyboard configuration, very important. +serial --speed=115200 --unit=0 --word=8 --parity=no --stop=1 +terminal_input --append serial +terminal_output --append serial +terminal_input --append at_keyboard +terminal_output --append cbmemc +terminal_output --append gfxterm + +load_env --file (cbfsdisk)/grubenv + +# User's preferred keyboard layout +if [ -n "${keymap}" ]; then + keymap "${keymap}" +fi + +function try_user_config { + set root="${1}" + for dir in boot grub grub2 boot/grub boot/grub2; do + for name in libreboot_ autoboot_ librecore_ coreboot_ ''; do + if [ -f /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg ]; then + unset superusers + configfile /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg + fi + done + done +} + +function search_grub { + for i in 0 1; do + # raw devices + try_user_config "(${1}${i})" + for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do + # MBR/GPT partitions + try_user_config "(${1}${i},${part})" + done + done +} + +function try_isolinux_config { + set root="${1}" + for dir in '' /boot; do + if [ -f "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg ]; then + syslinux_configfile -i "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg + elif [ -f "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg ]; then + syslinux_configfile -s "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg + fi + done +} + +function search_isolinux { + for i in 0 1; do + # raw devices + try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i})" + for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do + # MBR/GPT partitions + try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i},${part})" + done + done +} + +menuentry 'Load Operating System (incl. fully encrypted disks) [o]' --hotkey='o' { +# GRUB2 handles (almost) every possible disk setup, but only the location of +# /boot is actually important since GRUB2 only loads the user's config. + +# LVM, RAID, filesystems and encryption on both raw devices and partitions in +# all various combinations need to be supported. Since full disk encryption is +# possible with GRUB2 as payload and probably even used by most users, this +# configuration tries to load the operating system in the following way: + +# 1. Look for user configuration on unencrypted devices first to avoid +# unnecessary decryption routines in the following order: + +# 1) raw devices and MBR/GPT partitions + search_grub ahci + search_grub ata +# 2) LVM and RAID which might be used accross multiple devices + lvm="lvm/matrix-rootvol lvm/matrix-boot" + raid="md/0 md/1 md/2 md/3 md/4 md/5 md/6 md/7 md/8 md/9" + for vol in ${lvm} ${raid}; do + try_user_config "(${vol})" + done +# 2. In case no configuration could be found, try decrypting devices. Look +# on raw crypto devices as well as inside LVM volumes this time. + +# The user will be prompted for a passphrase if a LUKS header was found. + for dev in ahci0 ata0 usb0 ${lvm}; do + cryptomount "(${dev})" + done +# 3) encrypted devices/partitions + for i in 0 1; do + for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do + for type in ahci ata; do + cryptomount "(${type}${i},${part})" + done + done + done + +# 3) encrypted devices/partitions + search_grub crypto +# 4) LVM inside LUKS containers + for vol in ${lvm}; do + try_user_config "(${vol})" + done + + # Last resort, if all else fails + set root=ahci0,1 + for p in / /boot/; do + if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then + linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw + if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then + initrd ${p}initrd.img + fi + fi + done + + # Last resort (for GA-G41-ES2L which uses IDE emulation mode for SATA) + set root=ata0,1 + for p in / /boot/; do + if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then + linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw + if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then + initrd ${p}initrd.img + fi + fi + done +} + +menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (AHCI) [a]' --hotkey='a' { + search_isolinux ahci +} + +menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (USB) [u]' --hotkey='u' { + search_isolinux usb +} + +menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (CD/DVD) [d]' --hotkey='d' { + insmod ata + for dev in ata0 ata1 ata2 ata3 ahci1; do + try_isolinux_config "(${dev})" + done +} + +menuentry 'Load standard configuration (grub.cfg) inside of CBFS [t]' --hotkey='t' { + set root='(cbfsdisk)' + configfile /grub.cfg +} + +menuentry 'Search for GRUB2 configuration on external media [s]' --hotkey='s' { + search_grub usb +} + +menuentry 'Load MemTest86+ [m]' --hotkey='m' { + linux16 (cbfsdisk)/memtest.bin +} + +menuentry 'Poweroff [p]' --hotkey='p' { + halt +} + +menuentry 'Reboot [r]' --hotkey='r' { + reboot +} diff --git a/projects/grub/install/txtmode/AUTHORS b/projects/grub/install/txtmode/AUTHORS @@ -1,2 +0,0 @@ -Copyright (C) 2014, 2015, 2016 Leah Rowe <info@minifree.org> -Copyright (C) 2015 Klemens Nanni <contact@autoboot.org> diff --git a/projects/grub/install/txtmode/COPYING b/projects/grub/install/txtmode/COPYING @@ -1,695 +0,0 @@ -# GRUB configuration files under projects/grub/install - -# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify -# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by -# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or -# (at your option) any later version. -# -# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, -# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of -# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 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But first, please read -<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>. diff --git a/projects/grub/install/txtmode/grub.cfg b/projects/grub/install/txtmode/grub.cfg @@ -1,172 +0,0 @@ -insmod nativedisk -insmod ehci -insmod ohci -insmod uhci -insmod usb -insmod usbms -insmod usbserial_pl2303 -insmod usbserial_ftdi -insmod usbserial_usbdebug - -# Serial and keyboard configuration, very important. -serial --speed=115200 --unit=0 --word=8 --parity=no --stop=1 -terminal_input --append serial -terminal_output --append serial -terminal_input --append at_keyboard -terminal_output --append cbmemc -terminal_output --append gfxterm - -load_env --file (cbfsdisk)/grubenv - -# User's preferred keyboard layout -if [ -n "${keymap}" ]; then - keymap "${keymap}" -fi - -function try_user_config { - set root="${1}" - for dir in boot grub grub2 boot/grub boot/grub2; do - for name in libreboot_ autoboot_ librecore_ coreboot_ ''; do - if [ -f /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg ]; then - unset superusers - configfile /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg - fi - done - done -} - -function search_grub { - for i in 0 1; do - # raw devices - try_user_config "(${1}${i})" - for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do - # MBR/GPT partitions - try_user_config "(${1}${i},${part})" - done - done -} - -function try_isolinux_config { - set root="${1}" - for dir in '' /boot; do - if [ -f "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg ]; then - syslinux_configfile -i "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg - elif [ -f "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg ]; then - syslinux_configfile -s "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg - fi - done -} - -function search_isolinux { - for i in 0 1; do - # raw devices - try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i})" - for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do - # MBR/GPT partitions - try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i},${part})" - done - done -} - -menuentry 'Load Operating System (incl. fully encrypted disks) [o]' --hotkey='o' { -# GRUB2 handles (almost) every possible disk setup, but only the location of -# /boot is actually important since GRUB2 only loads the user's config. - -# LVM, RAID, filesystems and encryption on both raw devices and partitions in -# all various combinations need to be supported. Since full disk encryption is -# possible with GRUB2 as payload and probably even used by most users, this -# configuration tries to load the operating system in the following way: - -# 1. Look for user configuration on unencrypted devices first to avoid -# unnecessary decryption routines in the following order: - -# 1) raw devices and MBR/GPT partitions - search_grub ahci - search_grub ata -# 2) LVM and RAID which might be used accross multiple devices - lvm="lvm/matrix-rootvol lvm/matrix-boot" - raid="md/0 md/1 md/2 md/3 md/4 md/5 md/6 md/7 md/8 md/9" - for vol in ${lvm} ${raid}; do - try_user_config "(${vol})" - done -# 2. In case no configuration could be found, try decrypting devices. Look -# on raw crypto devices as well as inside LVM volumes this time. - -# The user will be prompted for a passphrase if a LUKS header was found. - for dev in ahci0 ata0 usb0 ${lvm}; do - cryptomount "(${dev})" - done -# 3) encrypted devices/partitions - for i in 0 1; do - for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do - for type in ahci ata; do - cryptomount "(${type}${i},${part})" - done - done - done - -# 3) encrypted devices/partitions - search_grub crypto -# 4) LVM inside LUKS containers - for vol in ${lvm}; do - try_user_config "(${vol})" - done - - # Last resort, if all else fails - set root=ahci0,1 - for p in / /boot/; do - if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then - linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw - if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then - initrd ${p}initrd.img - fi - fi - done - - # Last resort (for GA-G41-ES2L which uses IDE emulation mode for SATA) - set root=ata0,1 - for p in / /boot/; do - if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then - linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw - if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then - initrd ${p}initrd.img - fi - fi - done -} - -menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (AHCI) [a]' --hotkey='a' { - search_isolinux ahci -} - -menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (USB) [u]' --hotkey='u' { - search_isolinux usb -} - -menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (CD/DVD) [d]' --hotkey='d' { - insmod ata - for dev in ata0 ata1 ata2 ata3 ahci1; do - try_isolinux_config "(${dev})" - done -} - -menuentry 'Load test configuration (grubtest.cfg) inside of CBFS [t]' --hotkey='t' { - set root='(cbfsdisk)' - configfile /grubtest.cfg -} - -menuentry 'Search for GRUB2 configuration on external media [s]' --hotkey='s' { - search_grub usb -} - -menuentry 'Load MemTest86+ [m]' --hotkey='m' { - linux16 (cbfsdisk)/memtest.bin -} - -menuentry 'Poweroff [p]' --hotkey='p' { - halt -} - -menuentry 'Reboot [r]' --hotkey='r' { - reboot -} diff --git a/projects/grub/install/txtmode/grubtest.cfg b/projects/grub/install/txtmode/grubtest.cfg @@ -1,172 +0,0 @@ -insmod nativedisk -insmod ehci -insmod ohci -insmod uhci -insmod usb -insmod usbms -insmod usbserial_pl2303 -insmod usbserial_ftdi -insmod usbserial_usbdebug - -# Serial and keyboard configuration, very important. -serial --speed=115200 --unit=0 --word=8 --parity=no --stop=1 -terminal_input --append serial -terminal_output --append serial -terminal_input --append at_keyboard -terminal_output --append cbmemc -terminal_output --append gfxterm - -load_env --file (cbfsdisk)/grubenv - -# User's preferred keyboard layout -if [ -n "${keymap}" ]; then - keymap "${keymap}" -fi - -function try_user_config { - set root="${1}" - for dir in boot grub grub2 boot/grub boot/grub2; do - for name in libreboot_ autoboot_ librecore_ coreboot_ ''; do - if [ -f /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg ]; then - unset superusers - configfile /"${dir}"/"${name}"grub.cfg - fi - done - done -} - -function search_grub { - for i in 0 1; do - # raw devices - try_user_config "(${1}${i})" - for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do - # MBR/GPT partitions - try_user_config "(${1}${i},${part})" - done - done -} - -function try_isolinux_config { - set root="${1}" - for dir in '' /boot; do - if [ -f "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg ]; then - syslinux_configfile -i "${dir}"/isolinux/isolinux.cfg - elif [ -f "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg ]; then - syslinux_configfile -s "${dir}"/syslinux/syslinux.cfg - fi - done -} - -function search_isolinux { - for i in 0 1; do - # raw devices - try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i})" - for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do - # MBR/GPT partitions - try_isolinux_config "(${1}${i},${part})" - done - done -} - -menuentry 'Load Operating System (incl. fully encrypted disks) [o]' --hotkey='o' { -# GRUB2 handles (almost) every possible disk setup, but only the location of -# /boot is actually important since GRUB2 only loads the user's config. - -# LVM, RAID, filesystems and encryption on both raw devices and partitions in -# all various combinations need to be supported. Since full disk encryption is -# possible with GRUB2 as payload and probably even used by most users, this -# configuration tries to load the operating system in the following way: - -# 1. Look for user configuration on unencrypted devices first to avoid -# unnecessary decryption routines in the following order: - -# 1) raw devices and MBR/GPT partitions - search_grub ahci - search_grub ata -# 2) LVM and RAID which might be used accross multiple devices - lvm="lvm/matrix-rootvol lvm/matrix-boot" - raid="md/0 md/1 md/2 md/3 md/4 md/5 md/6 md/7 md/8 md/9" - for vol in ${lvm} ${raid}; do - try_user_config "(${vol})" - done -# 2. In case no configuration could be found, try decrypting devices. Look -# on raw crypto devices as well as inside LVM volumes this time. - -# The user will be prompted for a passphrase if a LUKS header was found. - for dev in ahci0 ata0 usb0 ${lvm}; do - cryptomount "(${dev})" - done -# 3) encrypted devices/partitions - for i in 0 1; do - for part in 1 2 3 4 5; do - for type in ahci ata; do - cryptomount "(${type}${i},${part})" - done - done - done - -# 3) encrypted devices/partitions - search_grub crypto -# 4) LVM inside LUKS containers - for vol in ${lvm}; do - try_user_config "(${vol})" - done - - # Last resort, if all else fails - set root=ahci0,1 - for p in / /boot/; do - if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then - linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw - if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then - initrd ${p}initrd.img - fi - fi - done - - # Last resort (for GA-G41-ES2L which uses IDE emulation mode for SATA) - set root=ata0,1 - for p in / /boot/; do - if [ -f "${p}vmlinuz" ]; then - linux ${p}vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 rw - if [ -f "${p}initrd.img" ]; then - initrd ${p}initrd.img - fi - fi - done -} - -menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (AHCI) [a]' --hotkey='a' { - search_isolinux ahci -} - -menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (USB) [u]' --hotkey='u' { - search_isolinux usb -} - -menuentry 'Search ISOLINUX menu (CD/DVD) [d]' --hotkey='d' { - insmod ata - for dev in ata0 ata1 ata2 ata3 ahci1; do - try_isolinux_config "(${dev})" - done -} - -menuentry 'Load standard configuration (grub.cfg) inside of CBFS [t]' --hotkey='t' { - set root='(cbfsdisk)' - configfile /grub.cfg -} - -menuentry 'Search for GRUB2 configuration on external media [s]' --hotkey='s' { - search_grub usb -} - -menuentry 'Load MemTest86+ [m]' --hotkey='m' { - linux16 (cbfsdisk)/memtest.bin -} - -menuentry 'Poweroff [p]' --hotkey='p' { - halt -} - -menuentry 'Reboot [r]' --hotkey='r' { - reboot -}