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flashrom-1.0-lp151.2.3 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: flashrom Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 1.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.2.3 Build date: Thu Apr 25 09:29:23 2019
Group: Development/Tools/Other Build host: armbuild24
Size: 488718 Source RPM: flashrom-1.0-lp151.2.3.src.rpm
Packager: https://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: https://flashrom.org/Flashrom
Summary: A universal flash programming utility
flashrom is a utility for reading, writing, verifying and erasing flash ROM
chips. It's often used to flash BIOS/EFI/coreboot/firmware images in-system
using a supported mainboard, but it also supports flashing of network
cards (NICs), SATA controller cards, and other external devices which can
program flash chips.

It supports a wide range of DIP32, PLCC32, DIP8, SO8/SOIC8, TSOP32, and
TSOP40 chips, which use various protocols such as LPC, FWH, parallel flash,
or SPI.

Provides

Requires

License

GPL-2.0

Changelog

* Wed Jan 03 2018 mardnh@gmx.de
  - Update to version 1.0
    * Support layouts for read and erase commands
    * New command line switch --noverify-all (-N) allows flashing of
      individual regions without reading the whole flash chip
      (particular useful with locked down Intel ME firmware)
    * New command line switch --ifd to read the layout from an
      Intel Firmware Descriptor on flash
    * We got rid of the delay-loop calibration (if the OS provides an
      accurate timer through clock_gettime())
    * Reading speed of USB programmers should have increased (reading
      bigger chunks at once, we reduce the overhead)
    * Support Intel 100 series PCHs (Sunrise Point, coupled with
      Skylake and Kaby Lake) and C620 series PCHs (Lewisburg paired
      with Workstation/Server versions of the former)
    * New programmers
      + Intel 100 series / C620 series PCHs
      + Intel I210 NICs (EEPROM and SPI)
      + AMD Merlin Falcon (FP4)
    * New chips
      + W25Q128.W
  - Specfile cleanup
  - Verify source signature
* Wed Apr 26 2017 agraf@suse.com
  - Enable build for ARM
* Tue Jul 26 2016 glin@suse.com
  - Update to 0.9.9
    * Enable the dediprog module by default, add support for Dediprog
      SF600 and the new communication protocol of the SF100 with
      newer firmware
    * Add support to update the firmware of Promise UltraATA
      controllers
    * Support new programers: WCH CH341A, VIA VT8251
    * Support new chips:
      + ESI ES25P40, ES25P80, ES25P16
      + GigaDevice GD25VQ41B, GD25Q128C, GD25VQ21B, GD25VQ40C,
      GD25VQ80C and GD25VQ16C, GD25LQ40, GD25LQ80, GD25LQ16,
      GD25LQ64(B), GD25LQ128
      + PMC Pm25LQ020, Pm25LQ040, Pm25LQ080, Pm25LQ016, Pm25LQ032C
      + Sanyo LE25FU406C/LE25U40CMC
      + SST SST25WF020A, SST25WF040B, SST25WF080B
      + Winbond W29C512A/W29EE512
    * Allow to link flashrom statically (with make CONFIG_STATIC=yes)
    * Ease debugging of build problems with libraries
    * Ignore 0x00 as a flash chip manufacturer ID in the generic
      match to avoid ambiguous messages
    * Various improvements for serprog-based programmers
    * Add support for libftdi1
    * Add infrastructure for libusb1 and use it for new programmers
    * Rigorously check integrity of I/O stream data
    * Add make parameters for easier disabling/enabling of various
      classes of programmers
* Fri Apr 03 2015 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Update to 0.9.8
    * A bunch of newly supported architectures: ARM 64bit,
      big-endian ARM, PowerPC 64bit, SPARC.
    * Better support for AMD chipsets in general (speed selection,
      more conservative defaults etc.).
    * Add new programmer support:
    * AMD Yangtze's SPI controller (found in Kabini and Tamesh) as
      well as the one in Bolton FCHs (A78, A88X, A77E).
    * Intel Silvermont chipsets (Bay Trail, Rangeley and Avoton) and
      Wildcat Point (for Broadwell).
    * ITE IT8212F parallel programmer as it8212 (found on PCI SATA
      RAID controllers).
    * VIA VT6421A LPC programmer as atavia (found on PCI SATA
      controllers).
    * EEPROMs on Intel network cards based on the 82580 NIC
      (nicintel_eeprom).
    * Intel 82599 10 GbE NICs boot PROMs (part of nicintel_spi).
    * Microchip PICkit 2
    * MSTAR I²C ISP protocol (not compiled in by default). Rewrites the
      firmware of your screen over VGA/DVI(!).
    * Extension of the rayer_spi module to supported various similar
      devices (Altera ByteBlasterMV, Atmel STK200/300, Wiggler LPT).
    * Switching betweens chips on boards with GIGABYTE's DualBIOS
      (using the dualbiosindex programmer parameter).
    * Enable fwh_idsel parameter for C-ICH and ICH2/3/4/5 chipsets.
    * Finer-grained display of support status used for flash chip
      operations, chipsets, mainboards and programmers (new states:
      configuration-dependent, not applicable).
* Thu Oct 30 2014 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - Build Require libusb-devel, fix build in factory
* Thu Oct 30 2014 stepan@coresystems.de
  - update to 0.9.7 r1852.
* Thu Aug 15 2013 p.drouand@gmail.com
  - Update to version 0.9.7
    + see http://flashrom.org/Flashrom/0.9.7 for changes
  - Use official tarball instead of generated one from svn
  - Let RPM strips manpage himself;
  - Change Url to real one
* Wed Mar 13 2013 cfarrell@suse.com
  - license update: GPL-2.0
    No indication of aggregation
* Tue Mar 05 2013 coolo@suse.com
  - update license to new format
* Sun Sep 23 2012 kernel01@hailfinger.org
  - Update to 0.9.6.1

Files

/usr/sbin/flashrom
/usr/share/doc/packages/flashrom
/usr/share/doc/packages/flashrom/COPYING
/usr/share/doc/packages/flashrom/README
/usr/share/man/man8/flashrom.8.gz


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