Veyron Danger & Brain Motherboards Now In Coreboot

Written by Michael Larabel in Coreboot on 15 April 2015 at 12:32 PM EDT. Add A Comment
As a quick update to the initial Veyron motherboards being added to Coreboot, Google has now added more Veyron boards to mainline Coreboot.

Veyron is the codename for the motherboards using a Rockchip ARM SoC. It seems there's going to be several Rockchip-based designs coming out for Chrome OS devices.

The new boards being added to Coreboot that are part of the Veyron family are Danger and Brain. Danger and Brain are both derived from the recently committed Veyron_Jerry, but additional commits landing into Coreboot Git are beginning to differentiate these different Veyron motherboards.
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