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Adding support for a new Super I/O chip is usually not significantly hard once you have obtained the datasheet for your target chip. Herein we shall outline the steps usally taken for a bringup.
Adding support for a new Super I/O chip is usually not significantly hard once you have obtained the datasheet for your target chip. Herein we shall outline the steps usally taken for a bringup.


=== Virtual Logical Devices (LDN) ===
=== [[Virtual Logical Devices]] (LDN) ===


Many Super I/O's use register 0x30 of one logical device number (LDN) for more than one function enable.
Many Super I/O's use register 0x30 of one logical device number (LDN) for more than one function enable.

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