Walmart PC from MicroTel
christopher at bergeron.com
Thu Oct 3 10:32:01 CEST 2002
Ollie, since I'm sure you get inundated with requests for all the different
mobo types out there, maybe we can set up a webpage/db that will allow
people to submit the lspci -vvv data along with the motherboard type
and possibly a link to the motherboard on manufacturer's website?
I may be working with Rob Minnich on a mysql db that would hold our
data for the config file generator. If that's the case, I could put
this page together rather easily.
Then people could go to the page and if their motherboard has already
been submitted, cast a new "vote" for it; and if it's not listed, they
could submit a new request (with the above info [lspci -vvv; etc]).
As such, you could prioritize the most popular/requested motherboards
and do your magic accordingly.
It's just a thought. I really want to help the project out as much as I
can (I'm a web/php/mysql developer and not really a C/ASM coder).
Thursday, October 3, 2002, 12:35:07 AM, you wrote:
ol> On Thu, 2002-10-03 at 11:58, Ronald G Minnich wrote:
>> my very nice $600 non-Windows PC from Walmart is a deal.
>> The chipset is SiS .... for P4 .... SDRAM .... Hey, Ollie, where is the
ol> send me lspci -vvv ;-)
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