> On 28 Mar 2015, at 15:57, Piotr Kubaj <pku...@riseup.net> wrote:
> It's a modified Thinkpad X200, so it uses the same chipset, i.e. GM45.
Unfortunately its not possible to boot freebsd with the libreboot images due to
libreboot not have a binary blob vga bios & seabios payload.
You should be able to run freebsd without issue using coreboot however
(libreboot is a consumer of coreboot which produces images without any close
I've managed to reflash a stock x60s with coreboot & run net/free &
dragonflybsd on there.
I don't believer the laptops are modified physically in anyway & just have
their bios reflashed, might be worth asking them if you can get a laptop with
Alternatively, just get a thinkpad x200 & diy.
You may have to resort to using linux for the initial flash.
If it goes wrong & provided you made backup images before starting, you can
recover without issue using a raspberry pi or a beaglebone black as your
reprogrammer & the flashrom utility.
Dmesg of the x60s running coreboot is on the wiki & freebsd-acpi@
Sevan / Venture37
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