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=== CuteCom ===  
=== CuteCom ===  
This is an easy to use serial-terminal-program which is even able to write all communication into a log-file. It needs a computer with installed Qt-libs.[[Image:CuteCom.png|thumb|left]]
This is an easy to use serial-terminal-program which is even able to write all communication into a log-file. It needs a computer with installed Qt-libs.
 
[[Image:CuteCom.png|thumb|left]]
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== Documentation and datasheets ==
 
=== Useful hardware/concepts documentation for developers ===
 
These external documents and slides explain fundamental concepts of hardware that coreboot supports.
 
==== Interrupts ====
 
* [http://www.bsdcan.org/2007/schedule/attachments/13-PCI_Interrupts_for_x86_Machines_under_FreeBSD_John_Baldwin PCI Interrupts on x86 machines] from John Baldwin
* [http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/system/CEC/ACPI-MP.mspx PCI IRQ Routing on a Multiprocessor ACPI System] at Microsoft's Windows Hardware Developer Central
 
=== Specific datasheets ===
 
TODO.


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