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SubjectRe: Anyone supporting Intel 8XX chipset???
> Is anyone writing code to directly support features of the Intel 800 series
> chipsets? I'm using the 8xx chipset docs from Intel to gradually
> implement (hopefully) all the features of the 800 series of chipsets.

[...]
> One thing: should I maintain the consistency of using /dev files? Because there
> is a hardware random number generator in the 800 series chipsets, and I
> am wondering whether I should export this feature as a set of functions or
> a /dev file. (Both??)


Methinks you need to find out what support already exists.

The hardware RNG driver has existed for years, as has 3D support and ATA
support...

Jeff




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