[coreboot] Possible support for Lippert Cool LiteRunner

Carl-Daniel Hailfinger c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net
Wed Mar 12 23:38:12 CET 2008

On 12.03.2008 20:29, Martin Trautmann wrote:
> Carl-Daniel Hailfinger wrote:
>> doc/newboot.lyx can be converted to pdf and it is THE coreboot v3 design
>> doc. It may be missing some recent developments, but most of the
>> contents are pretty up-to-date and the design described there has not
>> changed.
> Is there any special need for this source format? People might be able 
> to install anything for pdf creation - but I'm still in the process to 
> install Qt 4, which is required by lyx, which is required to format the 
> .lyx file. Ok, it's possible to read the source format itself. But it 
> would be easier to have some ready and much more common format here. I 
> don't know whether I would be able to run lyx at all on the system 
> itself (GX2, 500 MHz, 128 MB RAM) - and it takes 100 MB source files for 
> installation...

Basically, LyX is a graphical frontend for LaTeX. Depending on the LyX
version you use, it requires Qt 3 or Qt 4. Maybe we can put a generated
pdf somewhere in the wiki.



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