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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
Coreboot itself can build many other software and include it in the final image. So far we can build:
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Coreboot itself can build many other software and include it in the final image. At the time of writing we can, so far:
* Primary payloads (SeaBIOS, GRUB, and many others)
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* Build and include primary payloads such as SeaBIOS, GRUB, U-boot, FILO, Bayou.
* Secondary payloads (memtest86+, nvramcui, etc)
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* Include some externally built payloads as an TianoCore, A linux kernel and initramfs, An ELF binary.
* iPXE
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* Secondary payloads (memtest86+, nvramcui, Coreinfo, tint)
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* Build and include iPXE

Revision as of 14:20, 9 December 2016

Introduction

Coreboot itself can build many other software and include it in the final image. At the time of writing we can, so far:

  • Build and include primary payloads such as SeaBIOS, GRUB, U-boot, FILO, Bayou.
  • Include some externally built payloads as an TianoCore, A linux kernel and initramfs, An ELF binary.
  • Secondary payloads (memtest86+, nvramcui, Coreinfo, tint)
  • Build and include iPXE