I have BYT-MD_RC source kit but I cant understand how compile mrc.bin for using it in coreboot.
And second question. How use it for make custom fsp.fd.
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Thanks for your clarification.
In order to be in the same page, could you please clarify the meaning of "BYT-MD_RC"?
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I asked support to get me some things for creating mrc.bin. They gave to me Bay Trail Framework Reference Code (FRC) and I got byt-md_rc151-v0093_44.zip where is a sources of some component.
But I haven't got any idea how buil mrc.bin or fsp.bin ( i now about different of it ).
Both FSP and the Bay Trail Framework Reference Code are compilled using the EDKII.
The following resources can be useful for you:
https://firmware.intel.com/learn/uefi/about-uefi UEFI - About UEFI | Intel® Architecture Firmware Resource Center
Hope this information is useful for you.
I have previously read these documents. Unfortunately, being guided by them it is impossible to make a PSP. Ie the instruction is - but it is not exact.