When this thread began the other day, I know mention was made of the Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe board. Since (I think) the focus of this discussion has been on making sure it's safe to flash an Asus image back onto the board, I wanted to make sure the inference I'm drawing is correct, namely that this board in fact supports a working build of LinuxBIOS v2.0? One of my main systems is based on that board, and since I've been wanting to dabble in LinuxBIOS for a long time (but, alas, haven't had any supported hardware) I thought this sounded like a good opening. Is CK804 some barely published term for the nForce4 'southbridge'? When I've searched nVidia's own site for the keyword CK804 it's always come up with nothing, so I had no idea that might have been referring to my own chip(set) all along.<br><br>If this does successfully build, and safely burn to flash, does anybody know if the 4Mib is sufficient for a useful kernel, or would I need to use an
EtherBoot payload?<br><br>Hopefully this isn't too risky; my only other faintly promising prospect - in terms of a board that was ever on the supported hardware list - is with an OLD Tyan "Tsunami" S1846 board! That was merged into FreeBIOS v1.0, oh, it looks like sometime several years ago, and has since been seemingly dumped. Doh!<br><br><p>
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