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'''This page is work in progress'''!
 
'''This page is work in progress'''!
  
This is a list of known projects (commercial or non-commercial) which use LinuxBIOS.
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This is a list of known projects (commercial or non-commercial) which use coreboot / LinuxBIOS.
 
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== Desktop PCs ==
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See also [[Desktops]].
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== Servers ==
 
== Servers ==
  
=== FSF LinuxBIOS-based servers ===
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=== FSF coreboot-based servers ===
  
 
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=== OLPC ===
 
=== OLPC ===
  
The [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/LinuxBIOS One Laptop per Child] project uses LinuxBIOS (and Open Firmware on top).
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The [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/LinuxBIOS One Laptop per Child] project used LinuxBIOS in their prototypes (and Open Firmware on top). Now they're using pure OpenFirmware.
  
 
=== Others ===
 
=== Others ===
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=== Linutop ===
 
=== Linutop ===
  
[http://www.linutop.com/shop/ Linutop] is a "Linux-based diskless computer. It offers a completely silent, low-power operation in an extremely small package. Its main purpose is to surf the web". Linutop comes with LinuxBIOS pre-installed.
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[http://www.linutop.com/shop/ Linutop] is a "Linux-based diskless computer. It offers a completely silent, low-power operation in an extremely small package. Its main purpose is to surf the web". Linutop will at some point come with coreboot pre-installed.
  
 
== Supercomputing / Clusters ==
 
== Supercomputing / Clusters ==

Latest revision as of 07:18, 18 January 2014

This page is work in progress!

This is a list of known projects (commercial or non-commercial) which use coreboot / LinuxBIOS.

Servers

FSF coreboot-based servers

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Laptops

OLPC

The One Laptop per Child project used LinuxBIOS in their prototypes (and Open Firmware on top). Now they're using pure OpenFirmware.

Others

See also Laptop.

Diskless Clients

Linutop

Linutop is a "Linux-based diskless computer. It offers a completely silent, low-power operation in an extremely small package. Its main purpose is to surf the web". Linutop will at some point come with coreboot pre-installed.

Supercomputing / Clusters

See also Clusters.

Car Computers