[LinuxBIOS] Where to put datasheets in wiki?

Li-Ta Lo ollie at lanl.gov
Mon Aug 15 19:27:25 CEST 2005

On Sun, 2005-08-14 at 11:18 -0700, Jeff Carr wrote:
> I did lots of digging today to uncover what documentation I could find
> on the M-Systems MD2802. I"m still just assuming that is what I have in
> this machine because that's what flash_and_burn reports.

I don't think you have M-system on our machine. As I said before, the 
problem you have is that flash_rom can not enable flash write on you
chipset so it just can't detect any flash chip.

> Is there somewhere on the website links to the datasheets should be put.
> It takes a long time to track them down. It would be more productive if
> we pool the effort.
> Datasheets that available without NDA (most of them are nowdays) most
> companies seem to have a rather liberal view on putting them on other
> websites. I'd be of the opinion that we should just upload them to the
> linuxbios wiki. That way we know the document will stay around. Lots of
> these companies change the URL's over time so you have to start the
> whole process over again. In addition to the actual PDF, a link to the
> original site can remain also just incase the documents upstream are
> updated. Then again, maybe uploading the PDF's isn't worth the effort?
> The "Supported Chipsets" page seems like the right place to put the data
> sheets and other documentation known about a specific chip.
> Jeff
> _______________________________________________
> LinuxBIOS mailing list
> LinuxBIOS at openbios.org
> http://www.openbios.org/mailman/listinfo/linuxbios
Li-Ta Lo <ollie at lanl.gov>
Los Alamos National Lab

More information about the coreboot mailing list