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Thread: BeagleBone Port Of CoreBoot Going Mainline

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    Default BeagleBone Port Of CoreBoot Going Mainline

    Phoronix: BeagleBone Port Of CoreBoot Going Mainline

    Coreboot support for the popular BeagleBone ARM development board is being pushed mainline...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTM3ODg

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    Default Would be nice

    Would be nice to see more system-on-chip (SoC) and single-board computers (SBC) have coreboot support.
    Also for coreboot to be more used on smartphones, tablets and other embedded devices.

    Would be really nice to see some ARMv8 64-bit SoC and SBC too.

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    This is great. I just got my BeagleBone Black the other day. Haven't fired it up, but the Cortex-A8 should be a nice performance boost vs. my Raspberry Pi.

    Michael, when you do the BeagleBone Black benchmarks, it would be very interesting to compare against the Raspbery Pi and Atom processors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    Would be nice to see more system-on-chip (SoC) and single-board computers (SBC) have coreboot support.
    Also for coreboot to be more used on smartphones, tablets and other embedded devices.

    Would be really nice to see some ARMv8 64-bit SoC and SBC too.
    Would be nice to see more support for regular desktop boards as well...

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