[openfirmware] suported mobos

Mitch Bradley wmb at laptop.org
Tue Nov 23 23:51:04 CET 2010

There is no such list.

Systems change so rapidly that it is rarely (almost never) worthwhile to 
port Open Firmware to a board after it has already started shipping. 
Usually, when a board has Open Firmware, the board vendor did it.

The current list of systems with Open Firmware that I know of includes:

One Laptop Per Child XO-1    (AMD Geode x86 processor)
One Laptop Per Child XO-1.5  (Via C7/VX855 x86)
One Laptop Per Child XO-1.75 (Marvell MMP2 ARM)  (in development)
DAVE Srl Neptune (AMD Geode x86)
DAVE Srl Guru (Intel Atom x86)

The Open Firmware open source repository includes demonstration ports for:

* Generic "BIOS-loaded" PC port - you put OFW on a USB stick and boot it 
from the existing x86 BIOS
* some boards based on OMAP ARM processors, including BeagleBoard.

There may be some Open Firmware PowerPC systems from other vendors.

On 11/23/2010 12:06 PM, Téssio Fechine wrote:
> Hello,
> Is there any index page with all the supported motherboards by open firmware?
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