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GPG signing key

A release is currently work-in-progress

Maintainers keys

Adrien ‘neox’ Bourmault

key fingerprint: 9AA8 CDA0 DC9C 0604 D26A E4A7 2974 E1D5 F25D FCC8

Denis ‘GNUtoo’ Carikli

key fingerprint: FB31 DBA3 AB8D B76A 4157 329F 7651 568F 8037 4459

Git repository

Links to regular release archives are listed on this page.

However, for the absolute most bleeding edge up-to-date version of GNU Boot, there is a Git repository that you can download from. Go here:

How to download GNU Boot from Git

FTP mirrors

These mirrors are recommended, since they use TLS (https://) encryption.

You can download GNU Boot from these mirrors:

Statically linked

Libreboot includes statically linked executables in some releases, built from the available source code. Those executables have certain libraries built into them, so that the executables will work on many GNU+Linux distros.

Libreboot 20160907 was built in Trisquel GNU+Linux, version 7.0 64-bit. Some older Libreboot releases will have been built in Trisquel 6.0.1.

To comply with GNU GPL v2, Trisquel 6 and 7 source ISOs are supplied by the Libreboot project. You can find these source ISOs in the ccsource directory on the rsync mirrors.

Libreboot releases past version 20160907 do not distribute statically linked binaries. Instead, these releases are source-only, besides pre-compiled ROM images for which the regular Libreboot source code archives suffice. These newer releases instead automate the installation of build dependencies, with instructions in the documentation for building various utilities from source.

These executables are utilities such as flashrom.

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