[coreboot] Source code for "Intel Firmware"

ron minnich rminnich at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 23:17:01 CEST 2018

It depends on what you mean by fully. If there is a so-called Mask ROM
(i.e. initial boot program that's part of the chip itself, not replaceable,
you can disassemble it however) and the rest of the chip is fully open,
does that count?

For my money the ARM chromebooks are still one of the best bets out there
for messing about with ARM firmware.

On Sat, Oct 6, 2018 at 12:30 PM Andrew Luke Nesbit <
ullbeking at andrewnesbit.org> wrote:

> > On 6 Oct 2018, at 17:42, ron minnich <rminnich at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> [...]
> >
> > if you really want 100% open, the only real options at this point are
> power 9, RISCV and some ARM CPUs.
> Ron, thanks for your reasoned reply and the contextual background.  I
> believe this is important when embarking on any project with a legacy.
> I know of libre-friendly POWER9 and RISC-V options.  For example, I am
> currently learning my way around the Talos II (which is excellent).
> ARM-based systems have been elusive to me.
> Could you please give some examples of fully libre-friendly ARM-based
> boards or systems?  Thanks!!
> Kind regards,
> Andrew
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