SIS chipset

Frank frannk_m1 at
Wed Mar 17 17:28:01 CET 2004

Then what is the structure. I have to know this before I port a
board over. Is there a target I can use as a model. U-BOOT was
quite easy to extend and add additional boards. I would just
pick an exsisting board that was similar to mine and have a
working port in about 3 days. I have a very bad feeling I won't
be able to do this as quickly with freebios2 from freebios...

--- Bari Ari <bari at> wrote:
> Frank wrote:
> > I must be missing something here but in freebios v1 there is
> > plenty of supprt for the SIS chip sets. I downloaded
> freebios2
> > (thanks you everyone for the information) but I don't see
> any
> > support for the SIS chips. I thought freebios2 was a
> superset of
> > freebios1 and would therefore have all of the freebios
> support
> > plus some. it doesn't appear to be that way. Am I missing
> > something...
> Version2 doesn't have all the earlier sources because nobody
> has 
> volunteered to port all the V1 sources over yet.
> -Bari

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