This S10 SoC UEFI Bootloader User Guide provide a good start for user who does not have prior experience nor knowledge in using Stratix 10 SOC virtual platform with UEFI bootloader but interested to learn and start using UEFI Bootloader in your design using Startix 10 SOC virtual platform. The content of this guide will provide the step-by-step and details instructions and screenshots which allows the user to easily follow and become familiar in using UEFI Bootloader within short period of time.
This section contains the release notes for the Stratix 10 SoC UEFI Documentations
First Release for 17.0
Build/compile UEFI under Windows/Linux
UEFI booting from SOCVP
Support Pit stop utility in SOCVP
Support DXE phase and UEFI shell in SOCVP
Support runaxf command in UEFI Shell in SOCVP
Support DHCP and static IP addressing
TFTP support under UEFI shell
PXE boot for SOCVP in a dedicated Linux Machine
Release for 18.0
Intel Stratix 10 SoC Arm Trusted Firmware (ATF), an open source BSD-3 clause license secure monitor
Support Intel Stratix 10 SoC dev kit
ARM Trusted Firmware (ATF) support Cadence QSPI controller and SDM mailbox
Support Cold reset, I2C and SPI
Support Linux Symmetric Multi-Processring through ARM standard power state coordination interface (PSCI)
UEFI Source Code
To get and compile the UEFI source, refer to the User Guide section 7.1.4. Getting the UEFI Source Code and section 7.1.5 Compile the UEFI.
Known Limitations and Issues
Intel Stratix 10 SoC UEFI bootloader tarball in SoC EDS 18.0 cannot be compiled nor used for booting Linux
This section tracks the update history of the documents.
Initial Interim Release for S10 UEFI User Guide: 24th March 2017
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