hugolp wrote:Using libreboot or having libreboot compatibility for the xu5.
I know at least one rockchip ARM soc that uses coreboot/libreboot, so it would be great if Hard kernel could look into using or at least having compatibiliylty with libreboot for its devices.
you are advertising this thing extensively. i understand it, you have gotten a task, and work hard. but tell me why a serious hardware vendor should align with such a moronic thing. why ordinary users, normal ones, not FSF-brain washed should care about it? "having libreboot compatibility". what on this planet, should this mean? should HK make some ritual of consecration to become "libreboot compatible"? Eat Stallman's toe cheese?
according to wikipedia, these guys smoke a very strong weed:
According to its own documentation, it can work with any Linux distribution that uses kernel mode setting (KMS) for the graphics, while Windows is not supported and its use is discouraged by Libreboot. Support for BSD is largely untested, with some successful reports while booting OpenBSD and NetBSD.
whoa? who the hell they think they are? Nirvana?
they "discourage" me? you f&&ing idiots do decide what you are doing - writing firmware or giving shitty advices noone asks. I can't stand that impudence. having zero useful featues to propose (at least to say, because it smells that dealing with their shit is a whole PITA for those unfortunate, believed their fairy tales about "libre" shit), only those fanatic bullshit, bald spam-like promotion and ovearall arrogance, they are really sick there? c'mon, man.