On Fri, 5 Mar 1999, James Oakley wrote:
Is there a list of what's being worked on and by whom yet?
Not yet. This seems a good idea for the next step of our work.
I have mainboards from Soyo, DFI, Mycomp, and Eurone all with flash
them that I can work on.
I today contacted Soyo asking where I could find Eteq (chipset on some
of their MBs, including the one I have) and if there is anything I
should know outside of what information they might give me (if they
bother, I hope ATI is the last "Diamond").
:-) Did they answer already? I asked quite a lot of chipset and
motherboard manufacturers now and nearly noone gave me *any* answer :-(
Seems they are all having the ATI symptome.
So anyway, I hopefully declare myself working on Eteq chipsets
primarily, and whatever else I can find, time permitting.
I've started a new tasks page now which currently only contains you. I
will switch it to a simple database driven page and complete it step by
Oh yeah, has anyone checked out Corel's new Netwinder computers?
look really great, no chance in the home market though, of course they
know that. They're selling them at www.corelcomputer.com
and I was
looking at the www.netwinder.org
site today and apparently the BIOS in
them has a small Linux kernel in there. It's a 1MB flash. Neat.
I am not sure, but I think this is an extra flash memory in addition to
the bios flash. But that's nice anyways. Alpha machines have 1MB of flash,
too. Such machines would allow to keep a full blown open firmware
compliant OpenBIOS in flash.
BTW, I finally got the rights over the mailinglist back. It should now
have a specific Subject addition and a reply-to line. Sorry for my
SuSE GmbH Can you afford *NOT*
Schanz�ckerstr. 10 to use Linux?