On 5/28/06, Tyler Pohl <tylerapohl(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have a 386 - 233Mhz computer. The EEprom bios chip
is an AT28c010 (1MB
eeprom from Atmel) I would like to install LinuxBios on this machine but I
You need to have the docs for the chipset of the mainboard. A good
place to start is booting linux and then listing the chips with
'lspci'. If you can't get the docs for your chipset then you have a
really rough road ahead.
can't seem to find any real good documentation on
how to go about
configuring and compiling the bios to work for a machine like this.
Have you gone through the wiki? There is a lot of good info up there.
Some of it takes a bit of looking to get to. As a start go read the
FAQ, Documentation, and Port Guides. That should get you started.
Some of the Port Guides have a lot of good basic info even if they are
a bit dated.
Richard A. Smith