Difference between revisions of "Board:rca/rm4100"

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The '''[http://www.smittys.pointclark.net/stl/index.php RCA RM4100]''' was originally designed by Thomson Electronics and was called the '''IP1000'''. I was then manufactured by RCA and named the '''RM4100'''. It is a great little set-top-box for coreboot. Maintained by [[User:linux_junkie|Joseph Smith]].
The '''[http://www.settoplinux.org RCA RM4100]''' was originally designed by Thomson Electronics and was called the '''IP1000'''. I was then manufactured by RCA and named the '''RM4100'''. It is a great little set-top-box for coreboot. Maintained by [[User:linux_junkie|Joseph Smith]].


A [http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2008-March/032221.html full boot log] of this board running coreboot is available for reference.
A [http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2008-March/032221.html full boot log] of this board running coreboot is available for reference.
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== Flashing coreboot ==
== Flashing coreboot ==


At last you're ready to flash '''bios.bin''' to your RM4100. If this is the first time, meaning your RM4100 still has the original BIOS, you need to use the method described on the [http://www.smittys.pointclark.net/stl/index.php/Howto:coreboot_rm4100 Howto install coreboot & Linux on the RM4100] article to flash, otherwise you can just use [[flashrom]].
At last you're ready to flash '''bios.bin''' to your RM4100. If this is the first time, meaning your RM4100 still has the original BIOS, you need to use the method described on the [http://settoplinux.org/index.php5?title=Howto:coreboot_rm4100 Howto install coreboot & Linux on the RM4100] article to flash, otherwise you can just use [[flashrom]].


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