On Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 5:46 AM, Sven Schnelle <svens(a)stackframe.org> wrote:
The good thing: you run the motherboard without anything else on the
station, which is nice for coreboot development because you can access
almost anything on the hardware. I'm not sure if i soldered a SPI or LPC
connector to it for reflashing.
That is very interesting - I discovered it was possible after getting a
keyboard only for the power button (DUH!)
But may I ask you where you soldered the SPI connector?? I got a pomona,
but that would be much easier to leave on.
Also, to cool down the CPU and the chipset, are you using the original
lenovo radiator and fan?
I don't have a complete X60 to spare (want to keep my X60), but just
drop me a line if you want to have that 'Coreboot
development kit' :)
Same for me - I would like to help with the development of coreboot native
video on the X60 tablet (with its 2 other serial ports for the wacom and
irda). But it has been some time since I did that kind of coding, my skills
are rusty and I don't know the new tools (git !) enough to be helpful yet.
However, I can support development by giving away fully working
motherboards to support this endeavour. You only need an ultrabase.