- opensbi RISC-V SBI bootloader and firmware
- 0.8 sysutils =0 0.6Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch.
- Maintainer: mhorne@FreeBSD.org
- Port Added: 2019-10-29 01:10:38
- Last Update: 2020-06-29 21:40:49
- SVN Revision: 540833
- License: BSD2CLAUSE
- The RISC-V Supervisor Binary Interface (SBI) is the recommended interface
1. A platform-specific firmware running in M-mode and a bootloader, a
hypervisor or a general-purpose OS executing in S-mode or HS-mode.
2. A hypervisor running in HS-mode and a bootloader or a general-purpose OS
executing in VS-mode.
The RISC-V SBI specification is maintained as an independent project by the
RISC-V Foundation at https://github.com/riscv/riscv-sbi-doc.
The goal of the OpenSBI project is to provide an open-source reference
implementation of the RISC-V SBI specifications for platform-specific firmwares
executing in M-mode (case 1 mentioned above). An OpenSBI implementation can be
easily extended by RISC-V platform and system-on-chip vendors to fit a
particular hardware configuration.
- SVNWeb : Homepage
- pkg-plist: as obtained via:
- Dependency lines:
- To install the port:
cd /usr/ports/sysutils/opensbi/ && make install clean
- To add the package:
pkg install opensbi
- PKGNAME: opensbi
- Flavors: there is no flavor information for this port.
- TIMESTAMP = 1592679770
SHA256 (riscv-opensbi-v0.8_GH0.tar.gz) = 17e048ac765e92e15f7436b604452614cf88dc2bcbbaab18cdc024f3fdd4c575
SIZE (riscv-opensbi-v0.8_GH0.tar.gz) = 172450
- NOTE: FreshPorts displays only information on required and default dependencies. Optional dependencies are not covered.
- Build dependencies:
- riscv64-none-elf-gcc : devel/riscv64-none-elf-gcc
- riscv64-none-elf-ld : devel/binutils@riscv64_none_elf
- gmake>=4.3 : devel/gmake
- There are no ports dependent upon this port
- Configuration Options
- ===> The following configuration options are available for opensbi-0.8:
====> Options available for the group PLATFORMS
GENERIC=on: Support for generic platform
SIFIVE_FU540=on: Support for SiFive U540 platform
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings
- Master Sites:
Number of commits found: 3
|Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
|29 Jun 2020 20:40:49
sysutils/opensbi: update to v0.8
This brings some restructuring to the installation paths. Firmware
files are still stored under /usr/local/share, but with the new prefix
allowing for multiple ABIs to be installed (e.g. opensbi/lp64/qemu/virt).
Libraries have been moved to /usr/local/lib64.
A new "generic" platform has been added, which will produce firmware
binaries capable of running on several platforms. The qemu/virt and
spike platforms have been removed as a result.
Additionally, the fw_payload.[bin|elf] files will no longer be
installed. These are compiled with the test payload and therefore don't
offer much use as part of this port.
Reviewed by: lbartoletti (previous version)
Approved by: lbartoletti
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D24660
|27 Feb 2020 22:15:03
sysutils/opensbi: update to version 0.6
This update adds a new default option: SPIKE. This builds support for the Spike
platform. Also, the toolchain dependency has been switched from riscv64-gcc to
This release has:
Relocation lottery in reference firmwares
Preferred boot HART field in fw_dynamic_info
Platform specific optional way to specify MISA
Hypervisor v0.5 specification support
SBI v0.2 TIME extension
SBI v0.2 IPI extension
SBI v0.2 RFENCE extension(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|29 Oct 2019 01:10:32
New port: sysutils/opensbi: OpenSBI, a RISC-V bootloader and firmware
OpenSBI is a RISC-V bootloader and set of firmware libraries that
implement the RISC-V Supervisor Binary Interface (SBI) required for
supervisor targets, such as the FreeBSD kernel.
This port installs the OpenSBI libraries that can be used for
development of custom firmwares, as well as the firmware files for the
QEMU virt and SiFive U540 platforms.
Reviewed by: lwhsu, philip (earlier version)
Approved by: lwhsu
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D22164
Number of commits found: 3
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