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3. A Root of Trust bypass jumper https://github.com/antmicro/dc-scm-rot-jumper-card
* Plans for these are available and they are easy to build
4. A softcore (microwatt) running on the FPGA
* This works, but it needs to be better incorporated with Lite-x
5. Full gateware in Lite-x for that FPGA such that the entire OpenBMC stack can run
* **This works, but it needs to be better incorporated with Lite-x**
5. **Full gateware in Lite-x for that FPGA such that the entire OpenBMC stack can run**
* Some modules are done. Some not. https://git.openpower.foundation/librebmc/gateware.git
6. Full OpenBMC code running
* **Need build instructions for the full FPGA image**
6. **Full OpenBMC code running**
* We currently power on our prototype with scripts. OpenBMC is not running.
* https://git.openpower.foundation/librebmc/openbmc_for_AC922.git
7. **Bring-up of the AC922 with the DC-SCM card running OpenBMC on the FPGa**
* Verify all functions
* Prove there are no performance/timing issues
* Need tests defined
* Video the bringup/running system for display at conferences

So far we did a prototype where we used the xylinx A7 FPGA on a custom breadboard and ran microwatt and a very stripped down FPGA. We proved it could boot the AC922, but again it was very low function. We need to have it fully functional to really prove it. We did not run OpenBMC on this prototype


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