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#!/usr/bin/python
#
# Copyright 2013 Ilia Mirkin.
#
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# copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
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#
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#
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# IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL
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# ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR
# OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
import itertools
import mmap
import os
import re
import struct
import sys
import tempfile
import urllib
import zlib
# The firmware changes fairly rarely. From a limited sample, when the
# firmware does change, the starts of the firmware remain the
# same. When changing the version though, one should double-check the
# sizes, which can be different.
#
# This is the list of tested versions that produce the same binaries
VERSIONS = (
"319.17",
"319.23",
"319.32",
"325.08",
"325.15",
"340.32",
)
ARCHES = ("x86_64", "x86")
def product(a, b):
for x in a:
for y in b:
yield (x, y)
cwd = os.getcwd()
for (VERSION, ARCH) in product(VERSIONS, ARCHES):
if os.path.exists("NVIDIA-Linux-%s-%s" % (ARCH, VERSION)):
break
else:
print """Please run this in a directory where NVIDIA-Linux-x86-%(version)s is a subdir.
You can make this happen by running
wget http://us.download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86/%(version)s/NVIDIA-Linux-x86-%(version)s.run
sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86-%(version)s.run --extract-only
Note: You can use other versions/arches, see the source for what is acceptable.
""" % {"version": VERSIONS[-1]}
sys.exit(1)
kernel_f = open("NVIDIA-Linux-%s-%s/kernel/nv-kernel.o" % (ARCH, VERSION), "r")
kernel = mmap.mmap(kernel_f.fileno(), 0, access=mmap.ACCESS_READ)
user_f = open("NVIDIA-Linux-%s-%s/libnvcuvid.so.%s" % (ARCH, VERSION, VERSION), "r")
user = mmap.mmap(user_f.fileno(), 0, access=mmap.ACCESS_READ)
vp2_kernel_prefix = "\xcd\xab\x55\xee\x44"
vp2_user_prefix = "\xce\xab\x55\xee\x20\x00\x00\xd0\x00\x00\x00\xd0"
vp4_kernel_prefix = "\xf1\x97\x00\x42\xcf\x99"
vp3_user_prefix = "\x64\x00\xf0\x20\x64\x00\xf1\x20\x64\x00\xf2\x20"
vp3_vc1_prefix = "\x43\x00\x00\x34" * 2
# List of chip revisions since the fuc loader expects nvXX_fucXXX files
VP2_CHIPS = ["nv84"] # there are more, but no need for more symlinks
VP3_CHIPS = ["nv98", "nvaa", "nvac"]
VP4_0_CHIPS = ["nva3", "nva5", "nva8", "nvaf"] # nvaf is 4.1, but same fw
VP4_2_CHIPS = ["nvc0", "nvc1", "nvc3", "nvc4", "nvc8", "nvce", "nvcf"]
VP5_CHIPS = ["nvd7", "nvd9", "nve4", "nve6", "nve7", "nvf0", "nvf1", "nv106", "nv108"]
def links(chips, tail):
return list("%s_%s" % (chip, tail) for chip in chips)
def vp3_offset():
# Note: 340 uses higher offset, 325 uses lower. Guessing 330 as the cutoff.
if float(VERSION) < 330:
return 2287
return 2286
def vp5_offset():
# Note: 340 uses higher offset, 325 uses lower. Guessing 330 as the cutoff.
if float(VERSION) < 330:
return 0xb3
return 0xb7
BLOBS = {
# VP2 kernel xuc
"nv84_bsp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp2_kernel_prefix + "\x46",
"length": 0x16f3c,
"links": links(VP2_CHIPS, "xuc103"),
},
"nv84_vp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp2_kernel_prefix + "\x7c",
"length": 0x1ae6c,
"links": links(VP2_CHIPS, "xuc00f"),
},
# VP3 kernel fuc
"nv98_bsp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": "\xf1\x07\x00\x10\xf1\x03\x00\x00",
"length": 0xac00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+vp3_offset()] == '\x8e',
"links": links(VP3_CHIPS, "fuc084"),
},
"nv98_vp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": "\xf1\x07\x00\x10\xf1\x03\x00\x00",
"length": 0xa500,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+vp3_offset()] == '\x95',
"links": links(VP3_CHIPS, "fuc085"),
},
"nv98_ppp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": "\xf1\x07\x00\x08\xf1\x03\x00\x00",
"length": 0x3800,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+vp3_offset()] == '\x30',
"links": links(VP3_CHIPS, "fuc086"),
},
# VP4.0 kernel fuc
"nva3_bsp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0x10200,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+8*11+1] == '\xcf',
"links": links(VP4_0_CHIPS, "fuc084"),
},
"nva3_vp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0xc600,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+8*11+1] == '\x9e',
"links": links(VP4_0_CHIPS, "fuc085"),
},
"nva3_ppp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0x3f00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+8*11+1] == '\x36',
"links": links(VP4_0_CHIPS, "fuc086"),
},
# VP4.2 kernel fuc
"nvc0_bsp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0x10d00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+0x59] == '\xd8',
"links": links(VP4_2_CHIPS, "fuc084"),
},
"nvc0_vp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0xd300,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+0x59] == '\xa5',
"links": links(VP4_2_CHIPS, "fuc085"),
},
"nvc0_ppp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0x4100,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+0x59] == '\x38',
"links": links(VP4_2_CHIPS, "fuc086") + links(VP5_CHIPS, "fuc086"),
},
# VP5 kernel fuc
"nve0_bsp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0x11c00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+vp5_offset()] == '\x27',
"links": links(VP5_CHIPS, "fuc084"),
},
"nve0_vp": {
"data": kernel,
"start": vp4_kernel_prefix,
"length": 0xdd00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i+vp5_offset()] == '\x0a',
"links": links(VP5_CHIPS, "fuc085"),
},
# VP2 user xuc
"nv84_bsp-h264": {
"data": user,
"start": vp2_user_prefix + "\x88",
"length": 0xd9d0,
},
"nv84_vp-h264-1": {
"data": user,
"start": vp2_user_prefix + "\x3c",
"length": 0x1f334,
},
"nv84_vp-h264-2": {
"data": user,
"start": vp2_user_prefix + "\x04",
"length": 0x1bffc,
},
"nv84_vp-mpeg12": {
"data": user,
"start": vp2_user_prefix + "\x4c",
"length": 0x22084,
},
"nv84_vp-vc1-1": {
"data": user,
"start": vp2_user_prefix + "\x7c",
"length": 0x2cd24,
},
"nv84_vp-vc1-2": {
"data": user,
"start": vp2_user_prefix + "\xa4",
"length": 0x1535c,
},
"nv84_vp-vc1-3": {
"data": user,
"start": vp2_user_prefix + "\x34",
"length": 0x133bc,
},
# VP3 user vuc
"vuc-vp3-mpeg12-0": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0xb00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8] == '\x4a' and data[i + 228] == '\x43',
},
"vuc-vp3-h264-0": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x1600,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\xff' and data[i + 225] == '\x81',
},
"vuc-vp3-vc1-0": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_vc1_prefix + vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x1d00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\xf4',
},
"vuc-vp3-vc1-1": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_vc1_prefix + vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x2100,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\x34',
},
"vuc-vp3-vc1-2": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_vc1_prefix + vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x2300,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\x98',
},
# VP4.x user vuc
"vuc-vp4-mpeg12-0": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0xc00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8] == '\x4a' and data[i + 228] == '\x44',
"links": ["vuc-mpeg12-0"],
},
"vuc-vp4-h264-0": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x1900,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\xff' and data[i + 225] == '\x8c',
"links": ["vuc-h264-0"],
},
"vuc-vp4-mpeg4-0": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x1d00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 61] == '\x30' and data[i + 6923] == '\x00',
"links": ["vuc-mpeg4-0"],
},
"vuc-vp4-mpeg4-1": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x1d00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 61] == '\x30' and data[i + 6923] == '\x20',
"links": ["vuc-mpeg4-1"],
},
"vuc-vp4-vc1-0": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_vc1_prefix + vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x1d00,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\xb4',
"links": ["vuc-vc1-0"],
},
"vuc-vp4-vc1-1": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_vc1_prefix + vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x2100,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\x08',
"links": ["vuc-vc1-1"],
},
"vuc-vp4-vc1-2": {
"data": user,
"start": vp3_vc1_prefix + vp3_user_prefix,
"length": 0x2100,
"pred": lambda data, i: data[i + 11 * 8 + 1] == '\x6c',
"links": ["vuc-vc1-2"],
},
}
# Build a regex on the start data to speed things along.
start_re = "|".join(set(re.escape(v["start"]) for v in BLOBS.itervalues()))
files = set(v["data"] for v in BLOBS.itervalues())
done = set()
for data in files:
for match in re.finditer(start_re, data):
for name, v in BLOBS.iteritems():
if name in done or data != v["data"] or match.group(0) != v["start"]:
continue
i = match.start(0)
pred = v.get("pred")
if pred and not pred(data, i):
continue
length = v["length"]
links = v.get("links", [])
with open(os.path.join(cwd, name), "w") as f:
f.write(data[i:i+length])
done.add(name)
for link in links:
try:
os.unlink(link)
except:
pass
os.symlink(name, link)
for name in set(BLOBS) - done:
print "Firmware %s not found, ignoring." % name
ARCHIVE_FILES = {
0: "fuc409d",
1: "fuc409c",
2: "fuc41ad",
3: "fuc41ac",
}
ARCHIVE_ORDERS = {
"325.15": ["nvc0", "nvc8", "nvc3", "nvc4", "nvce", "nvcf", "nvc1",
"nvd7", "nvd9", "nve4", "nve7", "nve6", "nvf0", "nvf1",
"nv108"],
}
# Extract the gzipped archives found inside the kernel driver
def decompress(prefix, start, s):
try:
decomp = zlib.decompressobj(-zlib.MAX_WBITS)
data = decomp.decompress(s[10:])
except Exception, e:
print prefix, repr(s[:16]), len(s)
print e
return False
magic, count = struct.unpack("<II", data[:8])
if magic != 0:
print "Skipping gzip blob at 0x%x (%d bytes)" % (start, len(data))
return False
# Allow valid archives to be skipped
if not prefix:
return True
entries = []
# Each entry is id, length, offset
for i in xrange(count):
entry = struct.unpack("<III", data[8 + i * 12:8 + (i + 1) * 12])
entries.append(entry)
for entry in entries:
if not entry[0] in ARCHIVE_FILES:
continue
with open("%s_%s" % (prefix, ARCHIVE_FILES[entry[0]]), "wb") as f:
f.write(data[entry[2]:entry[2]+entry[1]])
if f.name.endswith("c"):
# round code up to the nearest 0x200
f.write("\0" * (0x200 - entry[1] % 0x200))
return True
if VERSION in ARCHIVE_ORDERS:
gzip_starts = list(m.start(0) for m in re.finditer(
re.escape("\x1f\x8b\x08"), kernel))
idx = 0
names = ARCHIVE_ORDERS[VERSION]
for start, end in itertools.izip(gzip_starts,
gzip_starts[1:] + [len(kernel)]):
if decompress(names[idx], start, kernel[start:end]):
idx += 1
if idx != len(names):
print "Unexpected quantity of archives in blob, graph fw likely wrong."
else:
print "Unknown PGRAPH archive order in this version."