Yes, I have started work on vt8605. The north bridge is close to the
vt8601, but there are some differences. I am currently setting up a new
part of the tree for my board and chip sets. That part is done, I am
just fixing compile errors currently. The south bridge on the other
hand is a whole different chip. It is nothing like any other south
bridge that is currently supported in the tree. That will take some work.
If you would like I can send you a copy of my tree.
Our boards are close in nature, just a different CPU and NIC.
Joep Jansen wrote:
I would like to port Linux BIOS to an embedded CPU
board: the Kontron
The board has a 400 MHz Celeron CPU, VIA VT8605 northbridge, and VIA
I would like to know if anybody has some experience with LinuxBIOS and
these or similar chips.
What would be a good starting point? Is the vt8605 similar to the
What about the vt82c686b?
On Wed, Jan 11, 2006 at 12:33:26PM -0800, Adam Talbot wrote:
So I have my new embedded board. It is running a
chip set that is
not supported, yet. I have all the doc's, that I think I will need.
I would like to start trying to add support for the vt8605/vt8606