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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.
  
 
== Desktop PCs ==
 
== Desktop PCs ==
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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).
  
 
=== Others ===
 
=== Others ===
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See also [[Laptop]].
 
See also [[Laptop]].
  
== Embedded Systems ==
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== Diskless Clients ==
  
 
=== 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 Internet". 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 ==

Revision as of 14:50, 15 January 2008

This page is work in progress!

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

Desktop PCs

See also Desktops.

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).

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