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Fortunately, the pcengines coreboot maintainers are awesome people and interested in enabling cool use cases 🙂 I pointed them at this thread and briefly described the situation & motivation, and a MCFG table is now pending review! If you aren't afraid of reflashing, you may already be unblocked 🙂

I continue to be impressed by 3mdeb's high-quality work on the PC Engines firmware (based on coreboot)! You can, with just a few commands, build a bit-for-bit equal firmware image on your own machine! Also they are responsive to GitHub issues and just got back to me to an almost-year old bug with a fix!

I simply join the words of lattera here and a warm welcome Piotr. (…) 3mdeb as licensed coreboot provider for PC Engines hardware this seems to take on a completely new quality. I am really impressed.

Very rarely do I see such quality transparent collaboration and communication. (…) I’d like to say thank you, Piotr, for supporting PC Engines. I absolutely love these little APU devices. Firmware work tends to be underappreciated, but it’s hard work and I would like to thank you for your efforts.

This company is a gem. If I had the resources, I would keep them all for our projects alone.

Piotr and all his team at 3mdeb were simply wonderful, I couldn’t find better.

Excellent user to work with, extremely professional and excellent skills for the task. Went above and beyond the call of duty to ensure I was satisfied. Would and will hire again, and would feel confident in recommending to my colleagues.

Piotr is a wonderful developer with deep understand of complex issues and easy to work with.

3mdeb is a top-notch company with extremely knowledgeable and talented developers. Piotr was fantastic to work with and I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for a firmware/BIOS developer.

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