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[Libreboot] Updating LIbreboot on X60, it says I'm using the wrong romfi

From: bard
Subject: [Libreboot] Updating LIbreboot on X60, it says I'm using the wrong romfile but I'm sure I'm not.
Date: Sat, 22 Aug 2015 12:27:55 -0400

I've flashed Libreboot before, but I had not updated it in a long time. I'm using a Thinkpad X60 I downloaded the Libreboot for the X60. I don't really understand what else is there to be done, or what I could be doing wrong. If anyone could tell me that would be great. Here's the output.

address@hidden:~/bin/libreboot stuff/libreboot_util$ sudo ./flash update x60_usqwerty_vesafb.rom
Mode selected: update
flashrom v0.9.8-unknown on Linux 3.13.0-61-lowlatency (i686)
flashrom is free software, get the source code at

Calibrating delay loop... OK.
coreboot table found at 0xbf7ee400.
Found chipset "Intel ICH7M".
Enabling flash write... OK.
Found SST flash chip "SST25VF016B" (2048 kB, SPI) mapped at physical address 0xffe00000.
This coreboot image (LENOVO:ThinkPad X60) does not appear to
be correct for the detected mainboard (Lenovo:ThinkPad X60 / X60s / X60t).
Aborting. You can override this with -p internal:boardmismatch=force.
address@hidden:~/bin/libreboot stuff/libreboot_util$

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