(oops, looks like you hit "reply" instead of "reply-all" by accident)
On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 3:44 PM, Silkie Carlo <silkiecarlo(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks for responding.
It doesn't matter - it just needs to *not* have advanced management
technology / remote accessibility.
At the bottom of the "Supported Motherboards" page you'll see a listing of
boards with headings like "2014W22." That list is automatically generated
using boot logs that are uploaded by people who are actively using and
testing the boards. (Unfortunately the links to the logs don't work because
gitweb is disabled at the moment).
The Asus F2A85-M is for AMD chips and would be a great choice for a desktop
board. There's even a nice wiki page for it here:
There are a couple laptops listed on there as well. I haven't personally
tried the HP Pavilion m6-1035dx, but it uses an AMD chip.
There are also some ARM-based Chromebooks on the market; The Samsung
Chromebook 2 went on sale recently and sports some nice hardware. That
particular one uses u-boot instead of coreboot, but the firmware is open
source and there are no AMT-like shenanigans.
David Hendricks (dhendrix)
Systems Software Engineer, Google Inc.