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SubjectRe: APIC usb MPS 1.4 and the 2.4.2 kernel
Pete Toscano wrote:
>
> Very interesting. I had not heard about this. Are there any SMP boards
> with a VIA chipset that does work well with Linux and USB? I have an
> old P2B-DS that I had replace with this board as I needed more PCI
> slots. Heck, for that matter are there any SMP boards that work well
> with Linux and USB that have six or more PCI slots?
>

Well, I use an old SuperMicro ( http://www.supermicro.com ) P6DNH
board. It has 8 PCI slots, 3 ISA slots, an I960 I2O processor (four of
the PCI slots are on a secondary bus), and supports dual Pentium Pro
CPUs and 1G RAM (EDO - it's 4 years old).

They have newer boards with 6 PCI (64 bit, 66 MHz) + 1 AGP slot. Their
boards are very high quality - though you'll pay for the reliability in
$$$.


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Stephen Wille Padnos
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swpadnos@adelphia.net
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