recondas wrote:Guilty as charged However there are several that included the output of "flash status" run against the L1 - which gives the same info for both L1 firmware images. smj's 700MHz is at 1.44.4, and both of Fuels I have are at 1.26.5jan-jaap wrote:nor did anyone bother to mention 'l1cmd version' output in the 'hinv' forum ...
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# flashsc -v /usr/cpu/firmware/sysco/l1.bin
flashsc: (System Controller Flash Utility) - Version 1.4.1
Multi-image binary contains 7 flash images.
Image 0: L1 version 1.48.1, Built 01/22/2007 11:33:34 [Base 1MB image]
Image 1: L1 version 1.48.1, Built 01/22/2007 11:34:20 [Fuel/PE/O300 1MB image]
Image 2: L1 version 1.48.1, Built 01/22/2007 11:34:34 [MIPS 2MB image]
Image 3: L1 version 1.48.1, Built 01/22/2007 11:34:57 [Legacy 2MB image]
Image 4: L1 version 1.48.1, Built 01/22/2007 11:36:34 [Legacy Linux L1 image]
Image 5: L1 version 1.48.1, Built 01/22/2007 11:35:27 [2MB image]
Image 6: L1 version 1.48.1, Built 01/23/2007 10:17:58 [Linux L1 image]
jan-jaap wrote:Successfully upgraded the L1 on my Fuel to the last rev (1.48.1) using tjsgifan's recipe (thanks!). PSU still recognized
I'll stop hijacking your thread now
Mark_G wrote:Can you more info about 'tjsgifan's recipe' ?
Pontus wrote:Checking the pinout on the 24 pin P1 connector it doesn't match the color coding of neither ATX or WTX specs, but the _alternate_ pinout here http://pinouts.ru/Power/wtxmain_pinout.shtml matches except for one pin. That page also states that there is a 6-pin header used with the alternate pinout for CPU power, which the Fuel uses (well, it's a 8 pin connector but 2 are not connected).
ramq wrote:Cool. This could mean that, with some proper reverse-engineering and a copy of the board, we could try to "SGI-alize" that Intel-spec PSU
That was my original intention, but even with the attachment screw removed there's too little play in the wiring to turn the board far enough to get a shot of the surface components - didn't want to risk breaking a solder connection and fubar a working PS.guardian452 wrote:@recondas, if you are willing to do a bit more disassembly, could you take an extra pic of that SGI specific board?
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