[coreboot] Supported Motherboards

Kinky Nekoboi kinky_nekoboi at bluetardis.de
Wed Nov 7 19:53:18 CET 2018

Did not know it that there is a replacement for FSP.

Was it Reserve-engineered? i just recently build a working rom for my
W520 with the afford to reduce as much blobs as possible. shined me and

is there any way to find out if my rom was build without FSP ? with
cbfstool or something?


the kinky nekoboi

Am 07.11.18 um 19:41 schrieb Angel Pons:
> Hello,
> Currently board_status only lists the main variant for each board,
> which means boards with variants (which may be somewhat different) are
> not listed there.
> On Wed, Nov 7, 2018 at 5:39 PM kinky_nekoboi
> <kinky_nekoboi at bluetardis.de> wrote:
>> as far as i know it uses xen? so you need AMD-V or Intel VT-x + VT-d
>> i think and sandy/ivy bridge platform with fsp blob would fit this needs best
>> there is the asus maximus ... and there is the T520 with a vpro cpu with feeds this needs best i guess
> Sandybridge (SNB) and Ivybridge (IVB) have blob-free coreboot. It is
> working well enough to replace the FSP version. (see [1])
> There are some more SNB/IVB boards: I have a Gigabyte GA-H61M-S2PV and
> an Asus P8H61-M PRO, I ported coreboot to both. There is also
> autoport, which means porting SNB/IVB boards to coreboot is much
> easier.
> On Wed, Nov 7, 2018 at 7:11 PM Kinky Nekoboi
> <kinky_nekoboi at bluetardis.de> wrote:
>> kinda... the wiki and the supported board lists are maintained by devs in their freetime i guess so it is not always 100% up to date.
>> u can see all target board currently supported (more or less ) in the nconfig build menu while compieling coreboot.
> The board_status page is updated automatically. The wiki, however, is
> not. It is read-only as well since documentation is being moved to
> [2].
> Best regards,
> Angel Pons Pons
> [1]: https://review.coreboot.org/c/coreboot/+/29402
> [2]: https://doc.coreboot.org

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