[LinuxBIOS] Improvements to "Supported Motherboards" wiki page.
tsylla at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 20:49:11 CEST 2006
Oops, one other thing, the OLPC platforms have no Super I/O. (they
have an EC, but it does not get programmed in the "LB Super I/O way")
On 10/20/06, Uwe Hermann <uwe at hermann-uwe.de> wrote:
> I've modified the wiki page
> quite a bit recently. I'm planning some more changes to make it easier
> for people interested in LinuxBIOS to check whether their mainboard is
> I'd like to remove the "Specification" (mostly useless IMHO, info can be
> found in the linked vendor pages) and "Chipsets" entries.
> They should be replaced with the most important parts someone has to
> check to know whether the mainboard is supported.
> At a bare minimum I think these entries should be listed:
> * Northbridge
> * Southbridge
> * Super I/O
> Any further entries? CPU/Socket maybe?
> Also, I'll add an entry for _all_ mainboards in the svn repository, and
> list those which are not (yet) functional as "work in progress" or so...
> Uwe Hermann
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