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commit 6c0328892fec65c7a15fc83833e9bca1f9cd9c85
parent 11a9f1e78668d827789d13cdc3e9f975f28a0637
Author: Leah Rowe <info@minifree.org>
Date:   Sat, 31 Mar 2018 16:42:36 +0000

Merge branch 'master' of johnmh/libreboot into master

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diff --git a/docs/hardware/index.md b/docs/hardware/index.md @@ -31,8 +31,8 @@ Libreboot supports the following systems in this release: ### Laptops (Intel, x86) -- [Lenovo ThinkPad X60/X60s](#list-of-supported-x60s) -- [Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet](#list-of-supported-x60-tablets) +- [Lenovo ThinkPad X60/X60s](#list-of-supported-thinkpad-x60s) +- [Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet](#list-of-supported-thinkpad-x60-tablets) - [Lenovo ThinkPad T60](#supported-t60-list) (some exceptions) - [Lenovo ThinkPad X200](x200.md) - [Lenovo ThinkPad R400](r400.md) @@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ To find what LCD panel you have, see: [../misc/\#get\_edid\_panelname](../misc/#get_edid_panelname). *Some T60 variants have ATI GPUs, and all T60p laptops have ATI GPUs These are -incompatible! See [\#t60\_ati\_intel](#t60_ati_intel) for how to remedy +incompatible! See [\#thinkpad-t60-ati-gpu-and-thinkpad-t60-intel-gpu-differences](#thinkpad-t60-ati-gpu-and-thinkpad-t60-intel-gpu-differences) for how to remedy this.* Tested LCD panels: (working) @@ -337,14 +337,14 @@ Information about the macbook1,1 There is an Apple laptop called the macbook1,1 from 2006 which uses the same i945 chipset as the ThinkPad X60/T60. A developer ported the -[MacBook2,1](#macbook21) to coreboot, the ROM images also work on the +[MacBook2,1](#information-about-the-macbook21) to coreboot, the ROM images also work on the macbook1,1. -You can refer to [\#macbook21](#macbook21) for most of this. Macbook2,1 -laptops come with Core 2 Duo processors which support 64-bit operating -systems (and 32-bit). The MacBook1,1 uses Core Duo processors (supports -32-bit OS but not 64-bit), and it is believed that this is the only -difference. +You can refer to [\#information-about-the-macbook21](#information-about-the-macbook21) +for most of this. Macbook2,1 laptops come with Core 2 Duo processors +which support 64-bit operating systems (and 32-bit). The MacBook1,1 +uses Core Duo processors (supports 32-bit OS but not 64-bit), and it is +believed that this is the only difference. It is believed that all models are compatible, listed here: @@ -358,14 +358,10 @@ Specifically (Order No. / Model No. / CPU): - MA254LL/A / A1181 (EMC 2092) / Core Duo T2400 *(tested - working)* - MA472LL/A / A1181 (EMC 2092) / Core Duo T2500 (untested) -Also of interest: -[../git/\#config\_macbook21](../git/#config_macbook21). - Unbricking: [this page shows disassembly guides](https://www.ifixit.com/Device/MacBook_Core_2_Duo) and mono's -page (see [\#macbook21](#macbook21)) shows the location of the SPI flash -chip on the motherboard. [How to remove the -motherboard](https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Core+2+Duo+PRAM+Battery+Replacement/529). +page (see [\#information-about-the-macbook21](#information-about-the-macbook21)) +shows the location of the SPI flash chip on the motherboard. [How to remove the motherboard](https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Core+2+Duo+PRAM+Battery+Replacement/529). No method is yet known for flashing in GNU+Linux while the Apple firmware is running. You will need to disassemble the system and flash