[coreboot] commercially available 690 mainboards
ward at gnu.org
Wed Jan 28 01:37:10 CET 2009
On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 01:02:35AM +0100, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger wrote:
> >> The Asus M2A-VM (not HDMI) is probably closest to usability. It has a
> >> soldered PLCC32 BIOS chip, though. Video is mostly untested (VGA text
> >> console works). I can send a patch to add the board to the tree if you want.
> > Yes, please. I just ordered two from this place:
> > http://www.motherboardpro.com/ASUS-M2A-VM-Socket-AM2-AMD-690G-Micro-ATX-AMD-Motherboard-Retail-p-522.html
> Newegg has them as well for $59.99.
Nope, sold out - that's what the grey 'auto-notify' button means.
> By the way, these boards are mostly out of stock in Europe. Just a
> heads-up that the same condition might hit the US soon.
Yeah, soon. It's already hard to find them.
We need that 780 support real soon now, or we'll be in a situation where
there are *no* desktop boards still available that we support within the next
month or so :/
Ward Vandewege <ward at fsf.org>
Free Software Foundation - Senior Systems Administrator
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