[coreboot] Are any Chromebooks able to run fully libre?

Alex G. mr.nuke.me at gmail.com
Fri Dec 27 21:53:33 CET 2013

On 12/27/2013 01:29 PM, David Hendricks wrote:
> Just to clarify a couple things...
>     We don't have an infrastructure for block devices, let alone MMC.
> Up until now this has been considered the work of the payload. The
> existing ARM platforms supported in coreboot use SPI ROM to store the
> firmware.
And I'd really love if this could continue to be the work of the
payload. Sadly, when the firmware is stored on a block device (as is the
case with the cubieboard) this becomes our job.

>     Our ARM support is still wearing diapers.
> In a generic sense, ARM support is working quite well. We've used it on
> a few different SoCs already, not just in the Exynos family. Most of
> that code is quite simple and portable.
Is any ARM board shipping with coreboot?

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