Hendricks David W.
dwh at lanl.gov
Tue Feb 10 16:54:01 CET 2004
And yes, Tyan is so important that I mentioned them twice.
On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Hendricks David W. wrote:
> Add Tyan to that list.
> Support documentation--HOWTOs are always nice. There are so many possible
> combinations of mainboards and variatous revisions of different mainboards
> and flash parts that it's impossible for any single party to test them
> all. If you get around to building and installing LinuxBIOS for your
> machine, we'd like to hear about your experience and details about which
> parts work.
> And you should add Tyan (http://www.tyan.com) to your list. Dr. Lu has
> contributed a lot to the project and the S2885 has shown to be a very
> capable workstation and server mainboard.
> On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Ben Wang wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have been following the mailinglist for some time now (several months)
> > I have noticed that there is alot of active development.
> > I represent a System Integration company (Synrax) based in Australia
> > however, I have also been in contact with my manufacturers and have
> > managed to capture their interest regarding LinuxBIOS. These
> > manufacturers include:
> > Axiomtek (http://www.axiomtek.com.tw)
> > Iwill (http://www.iwill.net)
> > Evalue (http://www.evalue-tech.com)
> > Axiomtek and Evalue produce embedded SBCs whilst Iwill products
> > Server/Workstation mainboards.
> > My question is, what type of support documentation and/or other
> > information is required to take LinuxBIOS to an even greater level?
> > I wish to try/port LinuxBIOS to as many different boards as I can
> > (time/resources permitting). Unfortunately, BIOS level programming is a
> > relatively new area for me so my contributions may be limited to testing
> > and providing documentation (where possible) initially.
> > Thank you for taking the time to read this.
> > Regards,
> > Ben Wang
> > Senior Applications Engineer,
> > Synrax Australia Pty. Ltd.
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