Thanks Ron. The documentation would do a lot of good to
many in the forum for the new comers (including
Lot of queries should get resolved automatically.
The cvs seems to have support of lot of motherboards now, but I guess,
the knowledge/experience seems to be with the one who have supported
those boards only.
If the implementator of LinuxBIOS for the respective motherboard
spends even 8/10 hours to produce a document of his flow or Design,
it would benefit a lot. To start with, If not very formal,atleast informal
documentations can be shared in the cvs from everyone or somewhere
else on the site. Based on the various documentation , may be a good
document could be produced and shared easily.
These are just suggestions, there may be better way or means to do it
----- Original Message -----
From: "ron minnich" <rminnich(a)lanl.gov>
Cc: <linuxbios(a)clustermatic.org>rg>; <ivan(a)munix.com.br>
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2003 7:55 PM
Subject: Re: Information about BIOS and the boot process
On Fri, 28 Mar 2003 dkotian3(a)vsnl.net wrote:
Agreed, I am also looking for a good
Atleast the flow in terms of implemented functions
or assembly code and some kind of Do's and Dont's
Until the architecture of the system started to stabilize this was hard.
It is still hard due to some changes coming up. I'll try to write
something in the next while ....
oh if only Frame would run under Crossover Office this would be so much
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