ATI gets a clue.
r3pek at r3pek.homelinux.org
Mon Feb 9 17:57:01 CET 2004
that was what am was talking about.
i have a nForce2 and i would love to have LinuxBIOS on my PC....
but the only think i can do is w8 :(
> We don't need to with nVidia, we can run their VGA BIOS using testbios.
> Though in the perfect world, they'd be more forthcoming with specs so that
> someone can make an LB port for their nForce boards.
> On Mon, 9 Feb 2004, Carlos Silva wrote:
>> Really nice news... i'll keep dreaming that nvidia will do the same.
>> > Wonderfull news... I got this back today from ATI. Looks like someone
>> > with some clout there finally gets it.
>> > So I'm about to start porting some biosless init code I received over
>> > Linux. Then work it into linux bios.
>> > I take back everything I said bad about ATI. *grin*
>> > Tell all your OEM buddies that ATI Mobility M1 video chips are about
>> > become LinuxBIOS friendly in the near future.
>> > -------
>> > Sorry for the lengthy delay. There is a lot of detail here.
>> > you can develop code with our documentation, and then release it under
>> > GPL - no issues there.
>> > If you want to produce a biosless chip init procedure, you can use the
>> > documentation I pointed you to. If you have any questions, feel free
>> > email me about those documents.
>> > ---------
>> > --
>> > Richard A. Smith
>> > rsmith at bitworks.com
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