[coreboot] Interesting (part of) article.
tiagomnm at gmail.com
Sun Dec 14 19:42:45 CET 2008
If you can make Coreboot work well on an AMD 690G, I can talk to them about
it. One thing that would be important though, is having CPU multiplier,
voltages and other similar types of controls working, similarly to vendor's
In either way, I have Kristopher Kubicki's contact, if not the guys at
Anandtech, maybe he can publish something in Dailytech.
I also have a PR contact at Biostar, I'll see if he has any interest in
having the engineers look at Coreboot, when I have some time - still, it
would be better to have a 690g port working before talking to them. They
have plenty of 690G boards at Biostar, to try it in.
On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 9:10 PM, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <
c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net> wrote:
> On 11.12.2008 22:02, pk wrote:
> > ron minnich wrote:
> >> On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 8:33 AM, Jordan Crouse <
> jordan at cosmicpenguin.net> wrote:
> >>> This is only my opinion, so take it as you will, but I think that the
> >>> path to success is through the vendors first, and the end users second.
> >> I could not agree more.
> > +1.
> > Although, as mentioned, Anandtech seems to have some influence with the
> > vendors. They also seem to be open to alternative technologies; for
> > instance, they have performed some benchmarks using gnu/linux, they have
> > even tried an alternative bios (albeit on modified xbox machines):
> > http://www.anandtech.com/linux/showdoc.aspx?i=2271
> > Just a thought: What would they think of the demos you presented at the
> > google tech talk? Would it hurt to talk to them about the potentials,
> > explaining the current situation?
> I think a demo with a readily available board would be nice. Especially
> if the demo is accompanied with ready-to-burn images.
> I know that we had better benchmark results than Vendor BIOS for some
> chipsets/processors, but I am not aware of any recent benchmarking.
> The reason I'm kind of insisting on ready-to-burn images is that I want
> Anandtech to be able to verify this on their own boards in their own lab
> and to make it clear that coreboot is not just vaporware.
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