Upload to generic
carl at bookmanassociates.com
Fri Feb 6 07:15:01 CET 2004
Thank you. Is there a FAQ or HOWTO for how to flash like this or is it just
straightforward and easily picked up from the LinuxBIOS documentation?
Also I think I'd better have some option to get the old BIOS back,
especially if I'm going to ask ASUS how to do all this - otherwise their
likely answer will be "if you do this you break your board and we will not
fix it for you - you'll need to get a new one".
I don't know if there's some standard way to get a PC to "revert to factory
BIOS" with a key combination on bootup or something?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hendricks David W." <dwh at lanl.gov>
To: "Carl Peto" <carl at bookmanassociates.com>
Cc: "LinuxBIOS" <linuxbios at clustermatic.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 9:57 PM
Subject: Re: Upload to generic
> Yes, that is possible. However, Asus sometimes does some weird stuff with
> their SMbus, so it might not be possible to make a port for your
> mainboard without some documentation from Asus.
> On Thu, 5 Feb 2004, Carl Peto wrote:
> > I am new to LinuxBIOS but have years of Linux experience.
> > I would like to upgrade my test PC to LinuxBIOS but do not want to
> > the existing motherboard.
> > Is it possible to "flash" LinuxBIOS into a standard motherboard, like
> > I have an ASUS motherboard K7A or something like that.
> > Also if I do this and it goes wrong, can I undo it or do I have to go to
> > manufacturer and pretend that I don't know how it broke? :)
> > Thanks,
> > Carl Peto
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