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port-amd64/55336: Update amd/conf/MODULAR

>Number:         55336
>Category:       port-amd64
>Synopsis:       Update amd/conf/MODULAR
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       non-critical
>Priority:       low
>Responsible:    port-amd64-maintainer
>State:          open
>Class:          sw-bug
>Submitter-Id:   net
>Arrival-Date:   Tue Jun 02 06:40:00 +0000 2020
>Originator:     Jukka Ruohonen
>Release:        NetBSD 9.99.64
System: NetBSD kafka 9.99.64 NetBSD 9.99.64 (CUSTOM) #0: Tue Jun 2 08:24:50 EEST 2020 jruoho@kafka:/tmp/obj/sys/arch/amd64/compile/CUSTOM amd64 Architecture: x86_64 Machine: amd64
I created this PR to keep track of the "modularization of the MODULAR". Eventually, almost all of the "builtin" entries should be eliminated.

As said in the commit logs, the task is not that easy due to the dependencies in terms of both code and configs. Some of the additions  may need testing with real hardware.

So far, I have tracked the following, which can be all safely added:

-no coretemp*   at cpu?         # Intel on-die thermal sensor

-no acpidalb*   at acpi?        # Direct Application Launch Button
-no aibs*       at acpi?        # ASUSTeK AI Booster hardware monitor
-no asus*       at acpi?        # ASUS hotkeys
-no fujbp*      at acpi?        # Fujitsu Brightness & Pointer
-no fujhk*      at acpi?        # Fujitsu Hotkeys
-no thinkpad*   at acpi?        # IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad hotkeys
-no wmidell*    at acpiwmibus?  # Dell WMI mappings
-no wmieeepc*   at acpiwmibus?  # Asus Eee PC WMI mappings
-no wmihp*      at acpiwmibus?  # HP WMI mappings
-no wmimsi*     at acpiwmibus?  # MSI WMI mappings

# ichlpcib(4)
-no ichsmb* at pci?
-no iic* at ichsmb?
-no tco* at ichlpcib?

# hpet(4)
-no hpet*       at amdpcib?
#-no hpet*      at ichlpcib?
-no hpet*       at acpihpetbus?
-no hpet*       at acpinodebus?

(Note that hpet(4) should be allowed to attach to ichlpcib(4) also in GENERIC. If this is done, uncomment accordingly in above.)


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