Do ARM-Synaptics and ARM-PCI-ethernet exist?
Trawling through the arm-specific packages to see if they need to
go in armel too, I have a couple of queries as to whether certain
hardware-specific combinations exist (or could exist).
First, do ARM systems exist that have (or could have) a Synaptics
TouchPad? That is a mousepad used on laptops. If not, this could save
us the trouble of resolving gsynaptics' problems and we could
exclude ksynaptics and qsynaptics from the arm architectures too.
 wiki.debian.org/ArmEabiProblems -> gsynaptics
Second, does anyone know of an ARM system that has one of the
following ethernet chips on the PCI bus:
Sundance "Alta" NIC
PCI NE2000 clones
Adaptec Starfire DuraLAN
VIA Rhine vt86c100 and vt3043
3Com Vortex series
Winbond w89c840 Ethernet cards
Packet Engines Yellowfin chips
This affects the need for package nictools-pci
The closest I could find are
the NSLU2 which has a PCI bus but whose ethernet is ixp400 in the SoC
(just USB controllers on PCI)
the D-Link DSM-G600 which has a VIA Velocity on its PCI bus and
the Thecus N2100 which has an RealTek 8169 on PCI.