On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 11:33:26PM -0400, Luke S Crawford wrote:
> Ward Vandewege <ward@xxxxxxx> writes:
> > On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 09:48:10PM -0400, Luke S Crawford wrote:
> > > Speaking of which, if anyone is into the coreboot stuff, the n3600r
> > > (s2912) I have is supposed to be supported, I could probably be talked
> > > into
> > > giving away (or selling very cheaply) some of the boards that only
> > > work with dual-core, if you wanna play with coreboot.
> > Note that the supermicro h8dme and h8dmr boards are also coreboot
> > supported... H8dmr has quad-core support in tree. For h8dme not yet - I'm
> > working on that though.
> Yes, well, I can't get h8dme and h8dmr boards for $80 each, but
> the n3600r, s2912, however, I can get for about that price, so I would
> be happy to send one or two your way, if they would help.
Thanks for the offer :) Maybe someone else will take you up on it.
> Is there any work on the new socket F boards with the AMD SR5690 chipsets?
The docs are not out yet for those chipsets. If you know people at AMD feel
free to encourage them to keep up the good work and release docs for
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