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If you plan to use other operating systems, you might be out of luck. Note, the above assumes that you already built your grub. Building GRUB is not covered here. Put your grub. Alternatively, you could go back into menuconfig and select coreboot's own GRUB payload config, which will automatically download and build the GRUB payload. Building it yourself can be more flexible, though, since you get to choose what modules you want and you can use your own configs.
Model with an ATI gpu need an option for display to work. Vendor BIOS does:. More information can be found here. During low power state cstate 3 , a high-pitched "humming" noise eminates from the board. Some discussion has been made about this; suggestions include "using an oscilliscope in clever ways" to detect where the noise is coming from to debug the issue.
There are some workarounds:. These increase heat and power consumption. Another option for increased battery life and lower temperatures is to use powertop --auto-tune , or set 'Tunables' in powertop without any parameters. Expand Sound, video, and game controllers , right-click the audio device, and then click Uninstall. Right-click ComputerName , and then click Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the audio device drivers.
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