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SubjectRe: [Linux-fbdev-devel] Re: Generic VESA framebuffer driver and Video card BOOT?
Pavel Machek <pavel@ucw.cz> wrote:

> One more question: Does 0xc0000 POST method work even on
> notebooks? On regular machines, PCI card must have normal bios and
> stuff is easy. On notebooks there was talk about "integrated bios"
> where it really has no video bios at all and system bios POSTs the
> card. Have you seen that?

We have never had a need to POST a notebook Video BIOS so I don't know
what would happen. It is an interesting question, and if this is to be
used for resume operations something that should be investigated.

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