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  • 12:58, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page EPIA (content was: "#REDIRECT Board:via/epia", and the only contributor was "Phcoder" (talk))
  • 12:57, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page HowTo build coreboot for a specific device (content was: "'''WORK IN PROGRESS''' A guide for building coreboot for a specific board. For more infomation take a look at other wiki articles. = In...", and the only contributor was "Zaolin" (talk))
  • 12:57, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Coreboot April Fools' Joke (content was: "<span style="color:red"><big><b>This announcement of coreboot 4.1 was an April Fool's joke from 2009 (see the version number)...", and the only contributor was "Hailfinger" (talk))
  • 12:56, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Contributors (content was: "This page is work in progress. == Developers == * Ron Minnich * [http://www.coresystems.de/ Stefan Reinauer] * Arne Georg Gleditsch (for LXR and Tyan Fam10h) * Bari Ari * User:Hailfinger|Carl-Daniel H...")
  • 12:56, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Gigabyte m57sli Vendor Cooperation Score (content was: "== Availability == The [http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Overview.aspx?ProductID=2539 Gigabyte GA-M57SLI-G4] has gone out of production as of September 2008. As of early October 2008, it's no longer available fro...")
  • 12:56, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page HP Elitebook (content was: "This page tells you about using and porting coreboot to HP Elitebooks. == EC == SMSC KBC1098/KBC1126 has been used in HP Elitebooks for...", and the only contributor was "IruCai" (talk))
  • 12:55, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Hg87:drafts:getting started (content was: "== What it is == It's an opensource BIOS replacement. == What it does == It initializes the hardware to get ready to boot. Coreboot is located in the BIOS Rom flash and uses NVRAM/CMOS to store different settings and values. == How the b...")
  • 12:55, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Board:google/link (content was: "see Chromebooks in the wiki == Proprietary parts == * Microcode? * There is an ME.bin which is the management engine(I guess we can leave it where it is) == Free software replacements == * Graphics initialization can be...")
  • 12:55, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page BBB screwdriver (content was: "A util for coreboot developer. It's based on OpenWrt. {{Warning|NOTE: This page is outdated. The improved page can be found here: Bea...", and the only contributor was "Lynxis" (talk))
  • 12:54, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Developer Manual/Tools/Cygwin (content was: "The following Howto by Jiming Sun from Intel details how to configure a Cygwin setup as a coreboot development envir...", and the only contributor was "PatrickGeorgi" (talk))
  • 12:54, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Coreboot Developer Facts (content was: "* Aaron Durbin can make coreboot train memory after the CPU is removed. * An Intel chipset will power off without User:Stuge | Peter St...", and the only contributor was "MrNuke" (talk))
  • 12:53, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Booting FreeBSD using coreboot (content was: "#REDIRECT FreeBSD", and the only contributor was "Uwe" (talk))
  • 12:53, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page FreeBSD (content was: "FreeBSD should work out of the box with SeaBIOS. In case of problems, please tell us through the Mailinglist Alternatively you can boot FreeBSD using GRUB2 as payload.")
  • 12:53, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Buildrom (content was: "'''Buildrom''' is does not currently support coreboot V4 (which uses kconfig). The payload and LAB building sections may be resurrected during [http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/project/google/gsoc2011/dorileo/15001 Leandro's 2011 GSoC...")
  • 12:52, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Chromebooks (content was: "Flashing your own coreboot-version and Payload onto your device is do-able, but requires some hardware preparation and ig...", and the only contributor was "Timisch" (talk))
  • 12:52, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Chromebooks/550 Chromebook Build HOWTO (content was: " == Prerequisites == '''It should be noted that you will no longer be able to boot ChromeOS if you build and flash a Coreboot firmware u...", and the only contributor was "Jlewis" (talk))
  • 12:52, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Clusters (content was: "thumb|right|The first LinuxBIOS cluster, see [[SC 2000.]] thumb|right|[[Ed, a 128 node Alpha cluster running LinuxBIOS.]] This page exists for historical reasons since these are the first sy...")
  • 12:50, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Thinkpad SPI power comsumtion (content was: "A table of spi power consumtion SPI power consumtion depends on voltage. <pre> x60 = 0.5 - 0.7 A t60(intel) = 1.1 A </pre>", and the only contributor was "Lynxis" (talk))
  • 12:49, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Vendors (content was: "== AMD == * [http://www.amd.com AMD] has been very actively supporting coreboot for a few years now. They have added support for many of their CPUs/chipsets including: ** [http://www.amd.com/us/products/embedded/chipsets/Pages/780E.aspx...")
  • 12:49, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page UEFI (content was: "#REDIRECT TianoCore", and the only contributor was "PatrickGeorgi" (talk))
  • 12:49, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Use Cases (content was: "'''This page is work in progress'''! This is a list of known projects (commercial or non-commercial) which use coreboot / LinuxBIOS. == Servers == === FSF coreboot-based servers === ... == Laptops == === OLPC === The [http://wiki....")
  • 12:49, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Paraflasher (content was: "The Paraflasher Project has now moved to flashrom: [http://www.flashrom.org/Paraflasher http://www.flashrom.org/Paraflasher]")
  • 12:48, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Products (content was: "Here's a list of vendors and their products or services related to coreboot. Please contact us if you wish to add your product/company to the list. == Raptor Engineering == Raptor Engineering is now selling assembled K...")
  • 12:48, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Rating System (content was: "At the coreboot summit 2008 in Denver we talked about a rating system for supported boards. The idea is to make it clear which boards are most highly recommended because the vendors cooperate. Thus the 'Vendor Cooperation Score' rating s...")
  • 12:47, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Lxbios (content was: "#REDIRECT Nvramtool", and the only contributor was "Uwe" (talk))
  • 12:47, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Mini HOWTO: using a CF card for testing and developing coreboot (content was: "== Installing coreboot on machine using a CF == This is a mini-HOWTO written by Marc Bertens == Using CF card a...", and the only contributor was "MBertens" (talk))
  • 12:46, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page OFW (content was: "#REDIRECT OpenFirmware", and the only contributor was "Uwe" (talk))
  • 12:45, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Hardware Comparison/Libreboot compatible laptops (content was: "== Warning == This is a work in progress and is or might be incomplete == Introduction == Given that several computers are compatible wi...", and the only contributor was "GNUtoo" (talk))
  • 12:45, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Hardware Comparison (content was: "Hardware comparison articles: * Libreboot compatible laptops", and the only contributor was "GNUtoo" (talk))
  • 12:45, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Benefits (content was: "'''Note:''' This page is work in progress! == Benefits == * 100% Free Software (GPL), no royalties, no license fees! * Fast boot times (3 seconds from power-on to Linux console) * Avoids the need for a slow, buggy, proprietary BIOS * R...")
  • 12:44, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page FOSDEM 2016 (content was: "== Time and Place == Saturday and Sunday, 30th and 31st of January 2016, at FOSDEM 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. == FOSDEM? ==...", and the only contributor was "Hailfinger" (talk))
  • 12:44, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page FOSDEM 2015 (content was: "== Time and Place == Saturday and Sunday, 31th January and 1th of February 2015, at FOSDEM 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. == FOSDEM? == [h...", and the only contributor was "Zaolin" (talk))
  • 12:43, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page FOSDEM 2012 (content was: "== Time and Place == Saturday and Sunday, 4th and 5th of February 2012, at FOSDEM2012 in Brussels, Belgium. == FOSDEM? == [http://www.fosdem.org FOSDEM] is simply the biggest free software developers event in Europe. For the last 11 y...")
  • 12:43, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page FOSDEM 2011 (content was: "== Time and Place == Saturday and Sunday, 5th and 6th of February 2011, at FOSDEM2011 in Brussels, Belgium. == FOSDEM? == [http://www.fosdem.org FOSDEM] is simply the biggest free software developers event in Europe. For the last 11 y...")
  • 12:43, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page FOSDEM 2010 (content was: "== Time and Place == Saturday, 6th of February 2010, at FOSDEM2010 in Brussels, Belgium. == FOSDEM? == [http://www.fosdem.org FOSDEM] is simply the biggest free software developers event in Europe. For the last 10 years, on one weeken...")
  • 12:42, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Anatomy of a Failover coreboot v2 Image (content was: "== Note == <div id="foo" style="margin-top:0.5em; padding:0.5em 0.5em 0.5em 0.5em; background-color:#ff6666; align:right; border:1px solid #ff3333;"> === This page is obsolete === '''Note''': The information on this page is no longer...")
  • 12:42, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Board freedom levels (content was: "Coreboot classifies boards according to the following freedom levels, with Platinum being the most libre-friendly / owner-controlle...", and the only contributor was "Tpearson" (talk))
  • 12:42, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Boot Speed (content was: "'''This page is work in progress!''' ---- Please enter boot speed measurements from your coreboot systems here... = coreboot boot speed measurements and statistics = {| border="0" style="font-size: smaller" |- bgcolor="#6699dd" ! ali...")
  • 12:41, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Distributed and Automated Testsystem (content was: "== Introduction == coreboot has a distributed and automated test system which allows to execute an extensive set of tests on each corebo...", and the only contributor was "Stepan" (talk))
  • 12:40, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page DFI NF570 Build Tutorial (content was: "This page describes how to use coreboot on the '''[http://us.dfi.com.tw/Product/xx_product_spec_details_r_us.jsp?PRODUC...", and the only contributor was "ChrisLingard" (talk))
  • 12:38, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Confirmed working svn revisions (content was: "<div id="foo" style="margin-top:0.5em; padding:0.5em 0.5em 0.5em 0.5em; background-color:#ff6666; align:right; border:1px solid #ff3333;"> '''Note''': The information on this page is pretty outdated. You should usually use the current re...")
  • 12:38, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Buyers Guide (content was: "This is the Coreboot Compatible Boards Buyers Guide What to buy: To be in this list a motherboard/system must be new enough to be use...", and the only contributor was "Taiidan" (talk))
  • 12:37, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Build from Windows (content was: "Coreboot firmware is most often built from the linux environment. Because many bios developers are more familiar with Windows than linux, it is useful to know how to build coreboot on a Windows system. ==Setup the coreboot build environ...")
  • 12:37, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Build coreboot using LBdistro (content was: "=== What is LBdistro? === LBdistro is an improvement on buildrom to let user customize what binaries will be at final ROM. The original name was biosdistro but Uwe suggest me change it to LBdistro. In the LBdistro the user can just...")
  • 12:36, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Coreboot v3 (content was: "To obtain the v3 sources, refer to Download coreboot. Further v3 documentation is provided in the <code>coreboot-v3/doc</code> subdirectory. The design/newboot.lyx document describes the v3 structure and is a good read. Media:Newb...")
  • 12:36, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Coreboot Symposium 2008 (content was: "== Introduction == The coreboot symposium 2008 was held in Denver, April 3 � 5, 2008 during the High Performance Computer Science Week (HPCSW). == Agenda == general: breaks at 10-10:30, 12-1, 3-3:30 === Thursday === {| border="0"...)
  • 12:36, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Coreboot community meeting (content was: "= Next coreboot Community Meeting = {| |Date: || Currently scheduled for every other Thursday - check the calendar for which week |- |San Francisco time: || Tentatively begin at 10.00 a.m. (once again, check the calendar) |- |Berlin tim...")
  • 12:34, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Exynos5 (content was: "This page contains some (developer) documentation about the Samsung Exynos5250 CPU. = Exynos5 = == Documentation == The Exynos52...", and the only contributor was "Dhendrix" (talk))
  • 12:34, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page Flag Days (content was: "This page collects sweeping changes on the tree that might have an impact on boards that weren't tested by the developer, or on uncommitted development. It's sorted by date and provides a Changelog to anyone who needs to update older tre...")
  • 12:33, 8 February 2019 PatrickGeorgi (talk | contribs) deleted page WIP Motherboards (content was: "#REDIRECT Graveyard", and the only contributor was "Phcoder" (talk))
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