Intel Pushes A Bunch Of Broadwell Code Into Coreboot
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 27 March 2015 at 11:44 AM EDT. 10 Comments
INTEL --
Intel Linux developers have landed a lot of Broadwell enablement code into Coreboot.

While there's been Broadwell support code within Coreboot for a number of months, pushed in the past few hours has been a lot more Broadwell code. This is likely indication that more Google Chromebooks based on this latest-generation Intel architecture should be surfacing soon.

You can find the Intel Broadwell Coreboot code via Coreboot's Gitweb. It's too bad though Coreboot doesn't work on most modern Intel systems due to Intel Boot Guard impairing Coreboot.
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