Searching legal implications of reselling deblobbed hardware, and can't fight straight answers.
If the bios is replaced, and ME is disabled with its modules erased, could the maker pursue the seller for having made those modifications?
Le mar. 23 janv. 2018 13:56, Timothy Pearson email@example.com a écrit :
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4 cores, SMT4. There's an 8-core available for $190 more, and AFAIK there are plans to start offering an 18-core server chip very shortly.
These are the OpenPOWER machines, so there is hardware virtualization support (including I/O passthrough) that works well with kvm and QEMU. I haven't really heard anything referred to as "LPAR" on these newer POWER8/POWER9 machines outside of legacy documents.
On 01/23/2018 12:47 PM, ron minnich wrote:
how many cores is that? Does it come with LPAR?
In case anyone wants to know the (non-coreboot) libre firmware TALOS
single CPU/board combo is now only 2.5K. I still can't figure out how they managed to make it so affordable,
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