Started by bomz, February 01, 2011, 11:35:30 AM
Quote You can create a pci option rom file with plpbtrom-0.5.zip. You can store the option rom in your bios or to the rom of a network card and run it from there.
Quote from: bomz on February 01, 2011, 19:44:31 PMIs it correct - if I flash plpbt.bin only to LAN CARD, and choose in Bios Boot Menu - PXE BOOT, PLoP don't boot?
QuoteYou can create a pci option rom file with plpbtrom-0.5.zip. You can store the option rom in your bios or to the rom of a network card and run it from there.
Quote from: bomz on February 01, 2011, 20:05:06 PMI think that when I choose "Yukon PXE" in Bios boot menu, "Main Bios" boot "LAN Bios".
Quote from: bomz on February 01, 2011, 20:19:26 PMor to the rom of a network card
Quote from: bomz on May 11, 2011, 15:13:21 PMThis work. Author of FLASH utility makes version for Intel 100M, but only in uncompile variant . It must be compile under linux with rare C compiler. I am wait 4 month, now one guy find my post, compile it and falsh his Intel 100M with PLPBT.ROM - and say that all OK. But don't leave compile flash-prog
Quoteit works. author flash utility made a version for Intel's 100 M,but in the uncompiled version. it must be compiled under Linux rare C compiler, I've been waiting four months, and now this guy found my post,compile it and plop burned in ROM network card, says it worked out.so now does not have a compiled version
Quote from: bomz on May 12, 2011, 10:42:45 AMI have a compile program, but don't know how run it under linux now.Main: PLPBT.ROM may be flash into Net Card Memory and Start from Bios PXE menu
Quotebootutil -E......[nicnumber]......bootutil -saveimage -file=intel.rom -nic=[nicnumber]
Quoteplpbtrom -grabid intel.rom plpbtrom.bin plpbt.romGrabbing vendorid (0x8086) and deviceid (0x1229)plpbt.rom created
Quotefind --set-root --ignore-floppies /casper/vmlinuzkernel /casper/vmlinuz file=/preseed/kubuntu-kde4.seed boot=casper quiet splash --initrd /casper/initrd.gz
Quotesudo passwd root..........su [password]sudo dpkg -i ./libpci3_3.1.7-4ubuntu2_i386.deb./flashrom -r intel.rom -p nicintel:pci=02:0B.0./flashrom -w plpbt.bin -p nicintel:pci=02:0B.0
Quotesudo dpkg -i ./libpci3_3.1.7-4ubuntu2_i386.debsudo ./flashrom -r intel.rom -p nicintel:pci=02:ob.0
Quote from: bomz on May 14, 2011, 22:40:56 PMQuotesudo passwd root..........su [password]sudo dpkg -i ./libpci3_3.1.7-4ubuntu2_i386.deb./flashrom -r intel.rom -p nicintel:pci=02:0B.0./flashrom -w plpbt.bin -p nicintel:pci=02:0B.0or (?)
QuoteOption ROM: initialized, press D to disable the boot manager. sec... boot manager disabled.
Quote from: bomz on May 15, 2011, 00:07:23 AMis it possible to change plop.rom config like plpbt.bin?
Quote@ECHO OFFplpchk.exeecho %errorlevel%plpdisdplpchk.exeecho %errorlevel%pause
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 11:35:03 AMAfter boot from USb with plop.rom: grldr, acronis, dos, plpbt.bin - boot OK, but all which have ntldr - no: xp boot diskette, live ram cd, windows xp.....
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 12:02:18 PMI boot XP not from USb, I boot it from HD from maping ISO.Computer hang - reset needEven if I boot from usb only mbr - it boot grub from HD, and GRUB try boot anything with ntldr
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 12:11:07 PMsome conflict with usb driver.ps but I still happy that I have any posibility to use usb. CD - terrible
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 12:17:47 PMin Russian then one program influence on another - this call conflict
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 12:27:15 PM"conflict" may course absolutely different program not only the same driver-driver.
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 12:31:47 PMplpbt.rom - Usb - grldr - OKplpbt.rom - Usb - grldr - dos.ima - OKplpbt.rom - Usb - grldr - winxpboot.ima - reset
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 12:55:51 PMhow you boot your bartpe? ultraiso to usb?
Quote from: Elmar on May 20, 2011, 13:08:45 PM i am no windows user, for me it doesn't matter if windows boots from usb or not. please don't pain me with windows questions.
QuoteWindows 47 mb file copies USB 2.0 - 2 secWindows 47 mb file force USB 1.1 HiSpeed copies - 50 secplpbt.rom GRUB4DOS copy to memory 47 mb file NO - 35 secplpbt.rom GRUB4DOS copy to memory 47 mb file USB mode2 - 45 secplpbt.rom GRUB4DOS copy to memory 47 mb file USB mode1 - 60 sec
Quote from: bomz on May 22, 2011, 10:46:41 AMWaiting for new version. And what about CD problem in last 12 PLOP version? I talk above
QuoteField ValueOptical Drive Properties Device Description Optiarc DVD RW AD-5200ASerial Number Ll388MEacZMUFirmware Revision 1.09Firmware Date 05.11.2008Buffer Size 2 MBManufacturer OptiarcDevice Type DVD+RW/DVD-RWInterface ATAPIRegion Code 1Remaining User Changes 4Remaining Vendor Changes 4 Writing Speeds DVD+R9 Dual Layer 8xDVD+R 20xDVD+RW 8xDVD-R9 Dual Layer 12xDVD-R 20xDVD-RW 6xCD-R 48xCD-RW 32x Reading Speeds DVD-ROM 16xCD-ROM 48x Supported Disk Types BD-ROM Not SupportedBD-R Not SupportedBD-RE Not SupportedHD DVD-ROM Not SupportedHD DVD-R Not SupportedHD DVD-RW Not SupportedDVD-ROM ReadDVD+R9 Dual Layer Read + WriteDVD+R Read + WriteDVD+RW Read + WriteDVD-R9 Dual Layer Read + WriteDVD-R Read + WriteDVD-RW Read + WriteDVD-RAM Not SupportedCD-ROM ReadCD-R Read + WriteCD-RW Read + Write Optical Drive Features Buffer Underrun Protection SupportedC2 Error Pointers SupportedCD+G Not SupportedCD-Text SupportedHybrid Disc Not SupportedJustLink SupportedLabelFlash Not SupportedLayer-Jump Recording SupportedLightScribe Not SupportedMount Rainier Not SupportedSMART Not SupportedCSS SupportedCPRM SupportedAACS Not SupportedVCPS Not SupportedBD CPS Not Supported Device Manufacturer Company Name Sony NEC Optiarc Inc.Product Information http://www.sonynec-optiarc.com/products/index.htmlFirmware Download http://www.sonynec-optiarc.com
Quote from: bomz on May 20, 2011, 12:55:51 PMI use unknown for you live cd from vasalex and micro xp. but I can't boot winxpbootdiskette and xp from HD.http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2336156here pictures. I add my video and audio drivers and soft. This live cd made for easy add drivers and softhow you boot your bartpe? ultraiso to usb?