[Arm-netbook] closed-source BootROM and RYF certification
parobalth at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 22:09:30 GMT 2016
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Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2016 20:13:10 +0200
From: Parobalth <parobalth at gmail.com>
To: arm-netbook at lists.phcomp.co.uk
Subject: closed-source BootROM and RYF certification
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At the forum of NextThing Chip is a thread about Chip and a
possible RYF certification. I wrote there that I think that is unlikely
to happen and linked to https://www.crowdsupply.com/eoma68/micro-desktop/updates/fsf-ryf-background.
Then someone else mentioned that a closed-source BootROM is used for Chip.
Another guy with username "eaterjolly" wrote about this BootROM: "The same type of SOC is
used for the EOMA croud project which is vying for ryf-endorsement quite
You can find the forum thread here:
Because they use Discourse to power their forum which relies heavily on
I wonder if the mentioned statements are correct and how it relates to
the RYF certification of the EOMA68-A20 Libre Tea card.
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