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gentoo sources kernel help and questions

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Hi

i have a amd ryzen cpu, i built Gentoo sources 4.15.10 kernel but it doesnt boot,  i  just  get a black screen

https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/AMD_microcode

what should i type in this part?


 
External firmware blobs to build into the kernel binary if i select this it say enter a string value what should i type there?

another question

i have this:

https://paste.pound-python.org/show/cZFm0t6HofywSleQ0xQc/

  • Device: 06:00.0
  • Class: SATA controller
  • Vendor: ASMedia Technology Inc.
  • Device: ASM1062 Serial ATA Controller
  • SVendor: ASRock Incorporation
  • SDevice: Motherboard
  • Rev: 02
  • ProgIf: 01
  • Driver: ahci
  • Module: ahci

and

  • Device: 12:00.2
  • Class: SATA controller
  • Vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD]
  • Device: FCH SATA Controller [AHCI mode]
  • SVendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD]
  • SDevice: FCH SATA Controller [AHCI mode]
  • Rev: 51
  • ProgIf: 01
  • Driver: ahci
  • Module: ahci

what should i select in device drivers serial Ata and parallel Ata drivers of the kernel menu?

the Debian generic  Debian kernel boot so is not a hardware problem or something

 

 

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Maybe https://www.funtoo.org/Microcode will help with the microcode.

For SATA/PATA I would start with the basic ones:

Device Drivers/Serial ATA and Parallel ATA drivers

AHCI SATA support

ATA SFF support

ATA BMDMA support

AMD/NVidia PATA support

 

Device Drivers/SCSI device support

SCSI device support

SCSI disk support

SCSI CDROM support

 

And you can probably find the config for the debian kernel under /etc/kernel.

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Is AMD Ryzen CPU extremely new? If so, it could take a while for sys-apps-hwids to be updated for the backward engineering. If no distro of Linux works, that's likely the reason. There could be other new hardware in a new computer that requires Linux drivers not yet available. Or maybe it's something else.

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