[coreboot] Regarding How-To for new board support

Антон Кочков anton.kochkov at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 23:56:32 CEST 2012

Sorry for my try to explain thing, but i mean provide useful output of such
tools for flashrom support. And such output
for board, which you are _really going_ to port, to help other people point
you. I agree that my point me be wrong,
but I think, if from 100 ppl, tried to do the port, at least 1 will do that
completely - that kind of win!
Of course I not mean that anyone can just send some information, and give a
working board. Thats my error (as you can see
I'm not great speaker, so I'll fix my explanation and improve the FAQ).
I agree that for doing things you need to learn a lot, but please, dont
afraid if you can't finish this - thats ok. May be I need to figure
(as Peter already mentioned) that much more help can receive the man, who
already have some code, and stuck on some techinical thing. This
 is a common sense in many opensource commuties.

Also you need to know - rule # 0 - DON'T PLAY WITH COREBOOT WITHOUT WAY TO

P.S. Sorry for my 'engrish'.

Best regards,
Anton Kochkov.

On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 11:43 PM, Nils <njacobs8 at adsltotaal.nl> wrote:

> Hi Peter,
> You wrote:
> >There is nearly zero correlation between the output of those tools
> >and coreboot support. Please don't waste time on sending the output,
> >and please try to update any and every resource that you find which
> >requests such output, to explain the situation more intelligently.
> This keeps popping up regularly.
> To prevent people wasting there and your time in the future maybe
> someone with wiki write rights (you?) could edit the "Will coreboot work
> on my machine?" alinea in the coreboot FAQ: http://www.coreboot.org/FAQ
> Greetings, Nils.
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