I am so excited that my idea on porting coreboot to ARM architecture has been accepted by GSoC project this year. First, let me introduce myself to you all. I am now a junior student at Hebei University of Technology, People’s Republic of China. My major is Computer Science and Technology. Although my courses are almost focus on high-level software development like database system and software engineering, I am a fan of low-level development. I taught myself IA32 and ARM architecture last year. And during this summer, we will porting coreboot to ARM and make it a new bootloader for ARM.
Those days, I am studying the building system of coreboot deeply, and I am trying to add cross-compile toolchain support to it. Developers has created such a great system and I want to make it greater. 🙂
Thanks for reading my project and any comment is welcome.
2 thoughts on “GSoC2011 Project: Porting coreboot to ARM architecture”
Please, include some support for replacing mobile handset platforms’ firmware!! Im looking to replace feature phones and smart phones’ firmware in order to get them running a linux flavored os!! Thank you!!!
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