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    IMO there is zero point in worrying about the...

    IMO there is zero point in worrying about the microcode blob when you are already executing microcode on reset.
  2. FYI, I did not really like it when Chromebooks...

    FYI, I did not really like it when Chromebooks used Coreboot, but I agree that UEFI has to be done properly and a support lifecycle for example is needed.
  3. You don't have to use Chrome OS, as mentioned...

    You don't have to use Chrome OS, as mentioned above.
  4. Thinking about it, it should be possible to flash...

    Thinking about it, it should be possible to flash UEFI firmware on eg Chromebooks that have Boot Guard disabled if the hardware is exactly the same, right? Though a better option would be using a...
  5. Do you know if Intel can support a OEM putting a...

    Do you know if Intel can support a OEM putting a jumper to disable it?
  6. I don't think that will happen either. That being...

    I don't think that will happen either. That being said, remember http://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/20187.html? I dug up the BIOS update history for this machine...
  7. Personally I don't think a Linux ban will ever...

    Personally I don't think a Linux ban will ever happen for several reasons.
  8. It is already reenabled in the F0 stepping...

    It is already reenabled in the F0 stepping Broadwells.
  9. Personally, I was against Chromebooks using...

    Personally, I was against Chromebooks using Coreboot, but I agree that Intel Boot Guard should be able to be disabled. I suggest using a hardware jumper or similar to do so.
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    Actually, they just reversed some of the keyboard...

    Actually, they just reversed some of the keyboard changes in the new ones.
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    IMO, I think Coreboot is useful for some things,...

    IMO, I think Coreboot is useful for some things, but I did not like it when Chromebooks used it because using different firmware for different OSes defeats the purpose of firmware standards. I think...
  12. Intel's AVX in Linux

    As a bonus, while Windows 7 SP1 is not released yet, Linux had Intel AVX support for more than a year!
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    What about VIA CPU docs?

    When will VIA C7/Nano CPU docs be released? Agner Fog seem to need them.
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    What about the /proc/cpuinfo?

    What about the /proc/cpuinfo?
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    My thread on this in LKML

    I have created a thread on this in LKML right there:
    http://lkml.org/lkml/2009/12/30/331
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    Except that it isn't, you forgot Celeron...

    Except that it isn't, you forgot Celeron Dual-Core, there is an E3x00 series that have VT.
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    And the chipset too, and unfortunately Intel did...

    And the chipset too, and unfortunately Intel did not add support to their desktop chipsets until the i955X and i965 series, so the only option is for the BIOS to free more physical address space...
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    BTW, the article says that the system used for...

    BTW, the article says that the system used for testing has 4GB of RAM, was that with memory mapped over the 4GB line or not? If in doubt, look at the beginning of the dmesg for the e820 map, and look...
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