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Coreboot - Open source BIOS
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PostPosted: Fri 03 Sep 2010, 09:47    Post_subject:  Coreboot - Open source BIOS  

Any Puppy devs/programmers aware of this, and could we lend any assistance to the project


What with Lobster announcing Puppy 6.....I can't help but wonder about the continued philosophy of more of the same....updated?

There was discussion some time back [Amigo/Technosaurus/disciple/erikson??] of a quicker booting or even embedded Puppy....but it seems to have been overlooked in the push for style over function....I prefer function over style....but then, I drive an old banger....hard

Is it possible to have a Puppy that DOESN'T need to do a hardware scan every boot?

Can't we implement a 'remember this hardware configuration' and just load it, as if waking up from snooze mode?

That'd boot quicker, eh?

Aitch Smile
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