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= Linux in the BIOS =
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To build a '''coreboot image that contains a small Linux system in flash''' (this setup is also know as '''LAB''' — '''Linux as BIOS''') you can simply point to the bzImage as your payload (x86 only). The [[buildrom]] utility can help you download and compile all required components.
 
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To build a coreboot image that contains a small Linux system in the BIOS we suggest that you have a look at the [[buildrom]] utility that downloads and compiles all required components.
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== Downloading Buildrom ==
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To check buildrom out of the subversion repository, please use
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svn co svn://coreboot.org/buildrom
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You can also get a slightly newer (and OLPC specific) version at the [http://devel.laptop.org/ OLPC web page]
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== Further Information ==
 
== Further Information ==
  
 
* [[QEMU Build Tutorial]]
 
* [[QEMU Build Tutorial]]
* [[Tyan S2892 Build Tutorial]]
 

Latest revision as of 08:49, 18 December 2013

To build a coreboot image that contains a small Linux system in flash (this setup is also know as LABLinux as BIOS) you can simply point to the bzImage as your payload (x86 only). The buildrom utility can help you download and compile all required components.

Further Information