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Hi Alan,

Mmm no luck so far ;(
I've checked that the bios is the latest available and there doesn't seem to
be any type of chipset software patch or upgrade.
What I have done is tried compiling the kernel for AMD K6/2, K6/3, .....this
seems to work nicely and it's stable.
It seems that I'll have to give the "Athlon" support a miss for now. ;(
How does one go about obtaining a Transmeta chip ? I'm really keen to try it
;-) ...anyways probably just a fantasy for now.

Thanks for the help anyways and keep up the fantastic work !

Regards
David Wilson
Technical Support Centre
The S.A Internet
0860 100 869
http://www.sai.co.za



-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Cox [mailto:alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk]
Sent: 16 May 2001 10:35
To: David Wilson
Cc: Alan Cox; linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org
Subject: Re: FW: I think I've found a serious bug in AMD Athlon
page_alloc.c routines, where do I mail the developer(s) ?

> I wonder if DFI has a bios or chipset patch available and whether that
would
> help ?
> Maybe disabling the VIA chipset support in the kernel and running generic
> drivers would help ?

Play with ideas see what you find out. You might strike lucky. So far nobody
else has

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