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This is a silly little program that demonstrates how cool libpayload is
and also serves a purpose. It is fun and educational!
You should use the coreboot reference cross compiler. If you insist on using
your system compiler, some Linux distributions might require you to install
a package called gcc-multilib if you are on a 64bit system.
You need libpayload to build coreinfo. So, first, you need follow the README of
libpayload to build it but install libpayload into its own directory by doing
$ make DESTDIR=/path/to/libpayload/install install
Then you can build coreinfo now:
$ cd coreinfo
$ make menuconfig
$ make