T-dose stand with Libreboot and Replicant hardware

Nico Rikken nico.rikken at fsfe.org
Wed Nov 25 20:07:30 UTC 2015


I'm very interested, as I've now mostly consumed the resulting freedom
from the consumers side: Chromebook actually flashed by Kevin, and a
Lime2 at the office running Domotiga home automation software.

Still planning for flashing LibreCMC in the future though (any change
for that topic?). Also I'd like to get a more practical insight in the
Intel shackles and back-doors.


On zo, 2015-11-22 at 15:22 +0100, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
> Hello,
> Next week is T-dose, a FOSS-event in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. I will
> have a stand with laptops and other devices. I can show Libreboot and
> coreboot. I also have phones with Replicant. I also have a Lime2, an
> alternative for the Raspberry Pi and Chromebooks with Linux.
> When there are people who like to see it, Kevin Keijzer will show at
> Saturday afternoon how to flash a Thinkpad with Libreboot. That's not
> very easy, because you have to put a clamp on the bios-chip and flash it
> from another device.
> Maybe I will show Intel AMT. That's a dangerous feature in Intel CPU's.
> You can completely control a machine with it, bypassing the operating
> system. Even when the machine is "off".
> With regards,
> Paul van der Vlis.

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