skehyeian at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 12:27:42 CET 2014
Ahhh...So how will I use the coreboot for "Snow"...
I mean If I build SeaBios on Arm architecture and use it...would it be
Could you please give me a solution to use the coreboot and boot my own
Ubuntu or Fedora on my ARM samsung chromebook ?
Thank you Peter,
On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 3:21 PM, Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se> wrote:
> Shant Kehyeian wrote:
> > I have Samsung ARM chromebook
> > I would like to ask about the payload. When I did the "make menuconfig"
> > it wasn't by default the SeaBios., there wasn't at all ...there was
> > GRUB 2 and I selected it...so My question is would it work as SeaBios
> > to boot from usb ?
> SeaBIOS is a BIOS implementation and BIOS is fortunately x86-specific.
> The method used by BIOSes to boot from USB doesn't apply at all on
> other machines.
> Unless someone provides a well-tested recipe for creating a full
> working solution to replace what was shipped on your device I would
> very strongly discourage you from experimenting with firmware unless
> you are prepared to spend many days on doing recovery and years on
> learning, as well as maybe a hundred USD/EUR/GBP on tools.
> coreboot mailing list: coreboot at coreboot.org
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