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(I do not believe it does, but wait for a more experienced person to
Information for you as a new member of the community:<br>
The past 5 years intel (and AMD FM2/AM4) platforms are generally
pretty locked down, it is very difficult to install blob free or
even semi-open firmware replacement on them even if you could
somehow get the documentation. (which they will never give a mere
mortal like us) and the newer intel systems have something called
"Boot Guard" which is a CPU enforced code signing mechanism to
prohibit the installation of open source firmware entirely. You
shouldn't buy intel if you want anything even somewhat libre
friendly (at least AMD gives lip service to foss)<br>
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://www.coreboot.org/Binary_situation">https://www.coreboot.org/Binary_situation</a><br>
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://libreboot.org/">https://libreboot.org/</a> (more info on foss compat here, just ignore
Anyone who says they have a post 775/771 system that is 100% blob
free open source is lying, that includes the purism scammers.<br>
At this point for new systems you have select ARM and OpenPOWER
systems (like the Raptor TALOS and the Tyan Palmetto, both HPC
workstations/servers) I believe there are a few 100% FOSS laptops
out there that aren't listed on the coreboot site but my age betrays
me and I am forgetting what they are called. (I say again purism is
a scam, do not buy from them.)<br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 10/31/2016 06:30 PM, Vasiliy Tolstov
<pre wrap="">Hi, I have acer es1-131 that as I see like some Google Chromebooks, it
motherboard based on intel braswell, and as I found support for this soc
added by intel.
Does current coreboot master support my motherboard and laptop?
In wiki I can't find many braswell supported platforms and acer in vendor
of laptop too (only Chromebooks).