Updating bios bin
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Supported Hardware You can also find out if your hardware is supported by issuing the following command Note: With Linux kernel versions greater than 4.4, CONFIG_IO_STRICT_DEVMEM a new kernel security measure can make flashrom stop working, in that case you can try adding "iomem=relaxed" to your kernel parameters. Free DOS a free DOS-compatible operating system, is up to the challenge, no need for proprietary DOS versions.
So, all you need is a bootable floppy disk image with Free DOS kernel on it.
doesn't support versions of Free DOS more recent than 1.0 (current version is 1.2).
Then, after mounting the flash drive, select under distribution Free DOS and your mounted stick.flashrom tries to detect if a machine is a laptop, but not all laptops follow the standard, so this is not 100% reliable. package.Find out if your motherboard and chipset (internal) is supported by flashrom at this website.If you had bothered to read the link I gave you would see you do not need windows running to flash the bios, just a bootable device (floppy drive in case of this board, it does not support recovery flashing from stick).
Some more Googling does answer the question indeed, that posting is almost 2 years old. There is an older ready-made version available in there (the end of page 2), after you programmed the chip you can put it in the board and flash the latest bios in the normal way.
It is designed to flash BIOS/EFI/coreboot/firmware/option ROM images on mainboards, network/graphics/storage controller cards, and various programmer devices.