Sorry, maybe this is a dumb question, but can someone explain to me what virtualization has to do with the chipset? I thought that it was only related to the amd64 core, isn't it? BTW, how did you Alix to reflash your bios? Was it a spi flash? Best regards, FD
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On 7/26/07, Allix Davis firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I am asking if anyone knows if the latest bios version F9 or some way to enable amd-v on the bios, of course i am willing to use linuxBios , but i would like to wait for a few releases so all bugs are cleared and acpi is enabled.
i don't think the acpi could be enabled in LinuxBIOS because of chipset...
the DSDT in BIOS 's copyright is belonging to BIOS vendor.
Maybe could dump it and modify it in LinuxBIOS and use it by yourself. but i don't think you could release that.
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