I have a DFI AZ30-TL sitting in the corner, now collecting dust, that I built for a little duron box in the recent past. The boards, even new, are really cheap, and I was wondering if LinuxBIOS had enough support to get ide booting (via cf adapter) and video to work on them. I want to use this board for a car-based installation, so it (the board) being cheap and maybe unreliable is no problem. :)
Here are the basics I beleive have been asked for in the past:
VIA® chipsets: North bridge: VIA® KM266 South bridge: VIA® VT8235CD
It has normal 184-pin DDR sockets, shared ProSavage8(TM) video (which I perceive to be a problem already..), generic PCI IDE, etc.
I'd attach the output of scanpci, but only kernels on the box have grsecurity running on them and scanpci needs ioperm(). If it's needed, I can get it, I'll just need to build a new kernel for the box.
DFI has its generic, non-detailed specs at http://www.dfi.com.tw/Product/xx_product_spec_details_r_us.jsp?PRODUCT_ID=12...
I have some system hacking experience, but I'm mostly a generic application developer, low level code is not entirely my forte.