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The SLOF source code provides illustrates what's needed to initialize and boot Linux or a hypervisor on the industry Open Firmware boot standard.
The SLOF source code provides illustrates what's needed to initialize and boot Linux or a hypervisor on the industry Open Firmware boot standard.


The two links below offer:
Currently the SLOF source code is hosted on github at https://github.com/aik/SLOF/ and provides:


* Documentation
* Documentation
* Pseudo Open Firmware for prototyping, test, and debug
* An Open Firmware implementation for prototyping, test, and debug
* Low Level Firmware for IBM's JS20 (closed source)
* Low Level Firmware for IBM's JS20, JS21 and the YDL PowerStation (partially closed source)
 
* Firmware for the emulated 'pseries' machine of QEMU
Note: You need an IBM ID to continue to the download.
 
* http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/power/pa-slof/
* http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/power/pa-slof-js20/

Latest revision as of 10:36, 13 February 2017

Slimline Open Firmware (SLOF) is initialization and boot source code based on the IEEE-1275 (Open Firmware) standard, developed by engineers of the IBM Corporation.

The SLOF source code provides illustrates what's needed to initialize and boot Linux or a hypervisor on the industry Open Firmware boot standard.

Currently the SLOF source code is hosted on github at https://github.com/aik/SLOF/ and provides:

  • Documentation
  • An Open Firmware implementation for prototyping, test, and debug
  • Low Level Firmware for IBM's JS20, JS21 and the YDL PowerStation (partially closed source)
  • Firmware for the emulated 'pseries' machine of QEMU