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SubjectRe: nVidia NIC/IDE/something support?
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> I just bought this Asus board, A7N266-VM, with nVidia IDE, LAN and god knows 
> chipset. Linux doesn't understand it, and I really want it... Any plans of
> supporting this? See below for /proc/pci output.

Depends if Nvidia want to be helpful. The audio is now supported (someone
was able to deduce that it was a clone of the intel one). For the ethernet
you might want to try random things that expect that much mmio and I/O
space until you find what they licensed if its not their own

> Bus 0, device 5, function 0:
> Multimedia audio controller: PCI device 10de:01b0 (nVidia Corporation)
> (rev 194).

This one I've not seen before

> Bus 0, device 6, function 0:
> Multimedia audio controller: PCI device 10de:01b1 (nVidia Corporation)

But this is supported. I wonder if both are the same ?

Alan
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