Subject: Re: Re: Support for VIA processors
To: Alan Post <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Joel CARNAT <email@example.com>
Date: 12/10/2007 22:40:27
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On Mon, Dec 10 2007 - 16:05, Alan Post wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Joel =
> > I'm looking at (VIA) fanless mini-itx boxes and found that:
> > CPU type VIA Eden(V4)/ C7 nano BGA2 400 pin, L1/L2 128K on die
> > Front Side Bus 400/533 MHz
> > MB Chipset VIA CX700M
> > Graphics Integrated with VIA CX700M Shared system memory up to 128MB
> > Is this supported on NetBSD ?
> > I found a reference for "C3 Nehemiah" in identcpu.c but found nothing
> > about C7 or CX700M.
> A friend of mine has successfully used NetBSD 4.0 RC5 on two C7
> boards, but only after trying a couple of different DIMMs --
> presumably memory compatibility problems.
> I myself have a (much slower) C3-based CL6000E, running NetBSD 3.
Would it be possible to get the dmesgs please ?
Just to be sure what's recognised or not before buying :-)
> Also possibly of interest to you:
> Intel D201GLY2
> Though I don't know if anyone has tried NetBSD on the D201GLY2 yet.
Yeah, why not... But I feel like I want a non-Intel non-AMD branded CPU
at the moment :-p
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