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== Why a Live CD? ==
 
== Why a Live CD? ==
It provides a user with a stable work environment to read, write and verify a flash device on any supported x86 hardware, even if they run Window$, BSD etc.
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It provides a user with a stable work environment to read, write and verify a flash device on any supported x86 hardware.
  
 
Read, write, update and verify a BIOS image on any x86 system
 
Read, write, update and verify a BIOS image on any x86 system
 
Boots on x86-32 and/or x86-64
 
Boots on x86-32 and/or x86-64
  
Complete Linux distribution with GUI.
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Complete Linux distribution
  
 
User friendly.
 
User friendly.
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Complete and automatic hardware detection, not requiring any driver to be added.
 
Complete and automatic hardware detection, not requiring any driver to be added.
 
GUI
 
  
  

Revision as of 21:25, 29 August 2008

Flashrom Live CD

This page is a work in progress.


Why a Live CD?

It provides a user with a stable work environment to read, write and verify a flash device on any supported x86 hardware.

Read, write, update and verify a BIOS image on any x86 system Boots on x86-32 and/or x86-64

Complete Linux distribution

User friendly.


It contains software for:

Stable and friendly Linux Kenrnel

Complete and automatic hardware detection, not requiring any driver to be added.


Complete toolchain for:

Flashrom

Superiotool

LSPCI

Size of ISO-image is ? MBytes (3" CD) Small enough to fit on a flash drive?