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You can easily try out LinuxBIOS using [http://qemu.org/ QEMU], without having to actually flash the BIOS chip on your real hardware.
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You can easily try out coreboot using [http://qemu.org/ QEMU], without having to actually flash the BIOS chip on your real hardware.
  
 
== Tutorials ==
 
== Tutorials ==
  
* [[QEMU Build Tutorial]] — Starting a Debian GNU/Linux system via LinuxBIOS + a Linux kernel, or via LinuxBIOS + [[FILO]].
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* [[QEMU Build Tutorial]] — Starting a Debian GNU/Linux system via coreboot + a Linux kernel, or via coreboot + [[FILO]].
  
 
== Ready-made QEMU images ==
 
== Ready-made QEMU images ==
  
We'll soon provide various downloadable QEMU images you can use to try out LinuxBIOS.
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We'll soon provide various downloadable QEMU images you can use to try out coreboot.
  
 
TODO.
 
TODO.
 
[[Category: Testing]]
 
[[Category: Testing]]

Revision as of 16:20, 14 January 2008

You can easily try out coreboot using QEMU, without having to actually flash the BIOS chip on your real hardware.

Tutorials

  • QEMU Build Tutorial — Starting a Debian GNU/Linux system via coreboot + a Linux kernel, or via coreboot + FILO.

Ready-made QEMU images

We'll soon provide various downloadable QEMU images you can use to try out coreboot.

TODO.