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A8N-sli deluxe, an "nforce 4 sli" board probably shares the same pcb design with more solder pads populated (pls cnfirm), and is also out of stock mostly.
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Supporting more recent A8N boards is considered, but there is no confirmation about any one already working.
  
 
===Payload===
 
===Payload===

Revision as of 01:15, 12 August 2007

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Before you begin

The Asus K8N-E is a Athlon64 Socket 939 board (nforce 4 ultra) with socketed BIOS sold around €120 (mostly out of stock in 8/2007) (used at ebay €30-50 possible). It already boots LinuxBIOS. Latest legacy BIOS is from May 2006 v.1013. currently PS/2 keyboards do not work, but USB keyboards do.

The BIOS chip is of type SST _________ (s.o. pls fill in) of which you need a spare pre-programmed piece.

flash type 4 Mbit ______

A8N-sli deluxe, an "nforce 4 sli" board probably shares the same pcb design with more solder pads populated (pls cnfirm), and is also out of stock mostly. Supporting more recent A8N boards is considered, but there is no confirmation about any one already working.

Payload

Building the payload

Your menu.list entry

Current status of the LBv2 tree

Building LinuxBIOS

Burning LinuxBIOS

Running LinuxBIOS

Help?

TODO

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