I'm lucky enough to have one of these and would be willing to experiment. I have experience with working with firmware(u-boot in particular). I have to figure out a way to open up the case enough to see if I can find out what kind of flash chip is on this board. I've heard of boards with dual-flash parts so if you screw up one you can still boot. Is there any strategy out there for doing this with pc motherboards yet? Don't tell me I have to lift the flash to burn it and put it back on the board... Jeff
On Thu, 2003-05-22 at 16:13, ron minnich wrote:
On Thu, 8 May 2003, Klemens Mantzos wrote:
What i want to know is: "Does anybody think about using in Workstations/Laptops?????".
we've been trying to find a good laptop for a few years for this purpose.
One possibility is the $700 lindows laptop, which does use a supported chipset.
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