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commit aa8539f22bcb6e5419ed38baa95f392a161af4d4
parent 4f6275dc08d3c4bac137a400085e3de3ff09698c
Author: Leah Rowe <>
Date:   Wed, 28 Mar 2018 10:53:57 +0000

Merge branch 'bbb-fix' of swiftgeek/libreboot into master

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diff --git a/docs/install/ b/docs/install/ @@ -8,6 +8,16 @@ flash chip with the BeagleBone Black, using the rev. C was used when creating this guide, but earlier revisions may also work. +***NOTE: Use of BeagleBone black is for example purposes only, +don't buy it unless you want _it_ specifically.*** *There are many ARM +Single Board Computers (SBC) that are capable of in system programming +(external flashing) and they perform similarly terrible at that task. +Common use of devicetrees on those devices allows for configuring them +in similar way, but not identical, so a bit of own research is required. +Lastly SBC is an example of self-contained device that is capable of flashing, +but it's possible to use smaller device like stm32 bluepill +with another computer to achieve similar result.* + *NOTE: this documentation may be outdated, and discusses configuring SPI flashing on the default Debian system that the BBB sometimes comes with. If you want an easier time, just use [BBB