[coreboot] building a coreboot (and 100% free software) compatible box
csillag.kristof at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 16:13:00 CET 2013
2013-02-07 09:43 keltezéssel, Peter Stuge írta:
> "Kristóf, Csillag" wrote:
>> 1. Absolutely necessary:
>> 1.1. It must be able to run 100% free software. No closed BIOS. No binary
>> firmware loaded to any part of the system with meaningful access to my
>> data. (CPU, GPU, network card, etc.)
>> 1.2. It must have hardware support for AES. (For hw crypto acceleration.)
>> 1.4. It must have hardware support for virtualization.
>> 2.3. Modern tech and High CPU performance. Of course :) Whatever is
> 1.2, 1.4, and 2.3 are all the same requirement. Unfortunately, that
> requirement is in absolute conflict with 1.1.
> You lose.
It seems that you are right.
I am now looking at MIPS hardware built by Lemote.
That fulfills 1.1, but not much else...
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