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FreeBIOS

freeBIOS is designed to be a generic open source firmware for use in any PC-like system. Firmware initializes a computer and its peripherals, and then transfers control to the operating system. Firmware also provides various interfaces which operating systems may call to accomplish certain system-wide tasks like power management or PCI bus scanning.

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  •  21 Mar 2001 22:14

    Release Notes: Better mainboard support, new chip support, bugfixes, and more.

    •  09 Nov 2000 07:30

      Release Notes: This release includes new flash utilities for SiS boards, improved SiS, Intel, and other mainboard support, and new Linux kernel patches for improved kernel support of LinuxBIOS.

      •  18 Oct 2000 21:47

        Release Notes: Support for more mainboards.

        •  03 Jun 2000 07:47

          Release Notes: linuxbios project merged with FreeBIOS. FreeBIOS, courtesy of Ronald Minnich and the linuxbios team, can now boot a slightly modified Linux 2.3.x kernel on the Intel L440GX motherboard, and on the SiS 630 motherboard.

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