Hats off to the Via EPIA-MII. Runs linux bios, has a PLCC bios. Can
support up to a Gb of DDR ram. Has PCI/PCMCIA/CF expantion slots and is
under $250. And yes you can get it with the LVDS connectors for an LCD.
Just an idea.
Richard Smith wrote:
Hey all you via dudes:
I'm looking at using one of these small ITX or mini-ITX boards for a
personal project. And of course I want it to boot LinuxBIOS.
I'm going to need LCD output to a >= 800x600 screen and X allthough I
could probally make it work with the framebuffer as well. I don't
need a lot of power just enough to run a pyQT3 python app play mp3's.
What some MB board names I should I start looking for? There's loads
Which ones so far are known to boot?
Which ones are bios hacker friendly? (Meaning it has a PLCC or DIP
flash rather than TSOP)
Richard A. Smith