[coreboot] Motherboard Not on Support MB List -> Specs

lee.changhan changhanlee at gmail.com
Wed Feb 5 13:41:27 CET 2014

Thank you both for your responses. I hope I'm not beating the question to
death here, but is it possible to reverse engineer closed information on
things like Intel MBs' memory controller registers?

On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 12:16 AM, ron minnich <rminnich at gmail.com> wrote:

> How long does it take?
> You need to do this in stages.
> - take a supported board, make some change to it (change the print
> messages!), do the full build/burn/test
> - take a new board, but which is almost identical to a supported
> board, do it again
> - take a new board, with some new chip, do it again.
> And then you're almost ready. And, you almost certainly still can't do
> it if it's a new intel part, with ONE exception:
> you can shoot for a board with an FSP-supported chipset, or you could
> do the Quark, which would be truly wonderful to have.
> Or you could go for an ARM board. Want to help with one?
> Or an AMD board, which generally is far more friendly in the x86 world
> than Intel at present.
> ron
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