[coreboot] GSoC 2010

Keith Hui buurin at gmail.com
Sun Mar 7 15:18:28 CET 2010

Looking at this on the GSoC page:

> flashrom support for Willem hardware

Haha, I'd so love to see this.

For a base to work off of, look at firebrand:


You may even be able to google for an older version of the original control
program with source.

Also look at the sivava "PCB45" variant as well. This site has info (and
schematics with differences highlighted) on how to convert a PCB3B (for
which schematics is/was available) to a PCB45:

There are four versions that we can easily get schematics for - original
willem, PCB3B, a simplified, flash-only "EzoFlash", and the PCB45 conversion
above. There are newer variants but they are proprietary. I'd love to see
support for these four implemented.

>From what I read it may be a product of the shady parts of Internet. At
least it is sort of open and easily accessible. I first built EzoFlash on a
breadboard to flash a firmware for my infamous Apex 600A DVD player, and
then built a PCB3B on a crudely made PCB, that I am using right now to flash
440BX RAM initialization code for boot testing.

Have fun.

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