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This page contains coreboot-related screenshots, photos, and videos.
 
This page contains coreboot-related screenshots, photos, and videos.
 
== Screenshots and Photos==
 
 
=== General ===
 
 
<gallery>
 
Image:Cluster.jpg|The first LinuxBIOS cluster, [[Ed]].
 
Image:Linuxbios growth.jpg|More than a million devices already run on coreboot!
 
</gallery>
 
 
=== Sample hardware on which coreboot can run ===
 
 
<gallery>
 
Image:Asus a8v e deluxe2.jpg|[[ASUS A8V-E Deluxe Build Tutorial|ASUS A8V-E Deluxe]] desktop mainboard.
 
Image:Tc7020 boot.jpg|The [[TeleVideo TC7020 Build Tutorial|Televideo TC7020]] thin client.
 
Image:Rca rm4100.jpg|[[RCA RM4100 Build Tutorial|RCA RM4100]] set-top-box.
 
Image:Lx-800 top small.jpg|[[IEI LX 800 Build Tutorial|IEI LX 800]] SBC.
 
Image:Linuxbios car mp3 2.png|A car MP3 player (EPIA board).
 
Image:Linuxbios olpc 1.png|coreboot on an early OLPC devel board.
 
</gallery>
 
 
=== Various coreboot payloads ===
 
 
<gallery>
 
Image:Screenshot_linuxbios_boots_qemu.png|[[FILO]].
 
Image:Qemu memtest.png|[[Memtest86]].
 
Image:Coreinfo_pci.png|[[Coreinfo]].
 
Image:Coreboot invaders.png|[[GRUB invaders]].
 
Image:Coreboot libpayload tint.png|[[Tint]].
 
</gallery>
 
 
There are also [http://images.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&q=linuxbios+OR+coreboot&btnG=Search+Images a few more photos/screenshots on Google Image Search].
 
  
 
== Videos ==
 
== Videos ==
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Image:Linuxbios graphical 4.png|<small>rxvt in a minimal X-Server (Kdrive)</small>
 
Image:Linuxbios graphical 4.png|<small>rxvt in a minimal X-Server (Kdrive)</small>
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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== Screenshots and Photos==
 +
 +
=== General ===
 +
 +
<gallery>
 +
Image:Cluster.jpg|The first LinuxBIOS cluster, [[Ed]].
 +
Image:Linuxbios growth.jpg|More than a million devices already run on coreboot!
 +
</gallery>
 +
 +
=== Sample hardware on which coreboot can run ===
 +
 +
<gallery>
 +
Image:Asus a8v e deluxe2.jpg|[[ASUS A8V-E Deluxe Build Tutorial|ASUS A8V-E Deluxe]] desktop mainboard.
 +
Image:Tc7020 boot.jpg|The [[TeleVideo TC7020 Build Tutorial|Televideo TC7020]] thin client.
 +
Image:Rca rm4100.jpg|[[RCA RM4100 Build Tutorial|RCA RM4100]] set-top-box.
 +
Image:Lx-800 top small.jpg|[[IEI LX 800 Build Tutorial|IEI LX 800]] SBC.
 +
Image:Linuxbios car mp3 2.png|A car MP3 player (EPIA board).
 +
Image:Linuxbios olpc 1.png|coreboot on an early OLPC devel board.
 +
</gallery>
 +
 +
=== Various coreboot payloads ===
 +
 +
<gallery>
 +
Image:Screenshot_linuxbios_boots_qemu.png|[[FILO]].
 +
Image:Qemu memtest.png|[[Memtest86]].
 +
Image:Coreinfo_pci.png|[[Coreinfo]].
 +
Image:Coreboot invaders.png|[[GRUB invaders]].
 +
Image:Coreboot libpayload tint.png|[[Tint]].
 +
</gallery>
 +
 +
There are also [http://images.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&q=linuxbios+OR+coreboot&btnG=Search+Images a few more photos/screenshots on Google Image Search].

Revision as of 23:07, 12 January 2009

This page contains coreboot-related screenshots, photos, and videos.

Videos

There are several coreboot-related videos on YouTube.

coreboot and SeaBIOS starting Windows 7

Rudolf Marek shows his ASUS M2V-MX SE with coreboot and SeaBIOS booting Windows 7 on a 2GHz AMD Sempron CPU.

Downloads: MJPEG 1024x768, 332MB, H.264 1024x768, 34MB, H.264 960x720, 91MB, H.264 640x480, 35MB, H.264 320x240, 13MB, H.264 320x240, 6.1MB.

Chaos Communication Congress 2008 (25C3): coreboot: Beyond The Final Frontier

Peter Stuge presented coreboot: Beyond The Final Frontier at the 25th Chaos Communication Congress (25C3).

Google Tech Talks 2008: coreboot (aka LinuxBIOS): The Free/Open-Source x86 Firmware

FSCONS coreboot talk

FOSDEM 2007 LinuxBIOS-talk

Chaos Communication Congress 2006 LinuxBIOS Lightning Talk

OLPC booting with LinuxBIOS

Peter Stuge's car MP3 player

LinuxBIOS with X Server Inside

  • LinuxBIOS with X Server Inside — LinuxBIOS with X Server (Kdrive, formely TinyX) inside a 2MB BIOS flash memory (no hard drive required).
  • Another (better quality) version of the video in Ogg Theora is available here (9.7 MB).
  • A HOWTO for this setup is available, too.

Screenshots and Photos

General

Sample hardware on which coreboot can run

Various coreboot payloads

There are also a few more photos/screenshots on Google Image Search.