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commit 12588eaadcc964d7afeebebbb98e116d4090f945
parent 733d54e7fb07874c35b3f099ea1ff065ab9b2a78
Author: Leah Rowe <>
Date:   Tue, 13 Jun 2017 23:25:56 +0000

Merge branch 'master' of p0rt/libreboot into master

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2 files changed, 11 insertions(+), 12 deletions(-)

diff --git a/www/ b/www/ @@ -105,8 +105,7 @@ in coreboot, and then helped her integrate the fix in libreboot. Contact Peter Stuge ----------- -Helped write the section about DMA on -[../\#firmware-hddssd](../, and provided +Helped write the [FAQ section about DMA](../, and provided general advice in early days of the project. Contact **CareBear\\** in the \#coreboot IRC channel on freenode. diff --git a/www/ b/www/ @@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ Important issues What version of libreboot do I have? ---------------------------------------------------------------- -See [../docs/\#version](../docs/#version) +[See here](../docs/#version) Flashrom complains about DEVMEM access -------------------------------------- @@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ coreboot-libre, so we just use the default one in coreboot which has this issue on some CCFL panels, but not LED panels. You can work around this in your distribution, by following the notes at -[../docs/misc/\#backlight%20control](../docs/misc/#backlight%20control). +[docs: backlight control](../docs/misc/#finetune-backlight-control-on-intel-gpus). The ethernet doesn't work on my X200/T400/X60/T60 when I plug in it ------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ Hardware compatibility What systems are compatible with libreboot? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -See [../docs/hardware/](docs/hardware/). +[See here](docs/hardware/). Why is the latest Intel hardware unsupported in libreboot? {#intel} ----------------------------------------------------------- @@ -471,7 +471,7 @@ Will desktop/server hardware be supported? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Libreboot now supports desktop hardware: -[../docs/hardware/\#supported\_desktops\_x86amdintel](../docs/hardware/#supported_desktops_x86/intel) +[(see list)](../docs/hardware/#supported_desktops_x86/intel) (with full native video initialization). A common issue with desktop hardware is the Video BIOS, when no onboard @@ -519,7 +519,7 @@ General questions How do I install libreboot? ------------------------------------------------------- -See [../docs/install/](docs/install/) +See [installation guide](docs/install/) How do I program an SPI flash chip? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -535,9 +535,9 @@ If you are using the GRUB payload, you can add a username and password (salted, hashed) to your GRUB configuration that resides inside the flash chip. The following guides (which also cover full disk encryption, including the /boot/ directory) show how to set a boot password in GRUB: -[../docs/gnulinux/encrypted\](../docs/gnulinux/ +[(Installing Debian or Devuan with FDE)](../docs/gnulinux/ and -[../docs/gnulinux/encrypted\](../docs/gnulinux/ +[(Installing Parabola or Arch GNU+Linux-Libre, with FDE)](../docs/gnulinux/ How do I write-protect the flash chip? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -551,7 +551,7 @@ On some systems, it is possible to write-protect the firmware, such that it is rendered read-only at the OS level (external flashing is still possible, using dedicated hardware). For example, on current GM45 laptops (e.g. ThinkPad X200, T400), you can write-protect (see -[../docs/hardware/gm45\_remove\_me.html\#ich9gen](../docs/hardware/gm45_remove_me.html#ich9gen)). +[ICH9 gen utility](../docs/hardware/gm45_remove_me.html#ich9gen)). It's possible to write-protect on all libreboot systems, but the instructions need to be written. The documentation is in the main git repository, so you are @@ -600,7 +600,7 @@ boot just fine, using the bootloader (GRUB) that is in the flash chip. This also means that even if you remove the HDD or SSD, you'll still have a functioning bootloader installed which could be used to boot a live distribution installer from a USB flash drive. See -[\.../docs/gnulinux/grub\_boot\](../docs/gnulinux/ +[How to install GNU+Linux on a libreboot system](../docs/gnulinux/ Do I need to re-flash when I re-install a distribution? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -610,7 +610,7 @@ automatically switch to a GRUB configuration on the HDD or SSD, if it exists. You can also load a different GRUB configuration, from any kind of device that is supported in GRUB (such as a USB flash drive). For more information, see -[../docs/gnulinux/grub\](../docs/gnulinux/ +[Modifying the GRUB Configuration in Libreboot Systems](../docs/gnulinux/ What does a flash chip look like? -----------------------------------------------------------------