On Thu, Aug 19, 1999 at 03:45:48PM +0200, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote: > > It's not that simple: AGP belongs on the host bridge. It's not like a PCI/ISA > bridge. VIA makes ia32 host bridges only. It's my understanding that the AGP goes on the south bridge, as opposed to the north bridge. I honestly don't know which of those is host vs whatever. I'm not a chipset guy *that* much. ;) Anyways, either way, the basic code should be adaptable to PowerPC. So long as we can get pin-for-pin electronic compatibility and we can get any AGP-specific instructions ported, we'll be okay. Also, never ever leave me alone on a T1 with a browser and a task. http://www.ixmicro.com/ - all the PPC video cards you could imagine. -- -Phillip R. Jaenke, Systems Administrator, Nexbell Communications AIX/BSDI/DG-UX/HP-UX/Linux(Debian)/SCO/Xenix/Xenix286 "Unix is so much more than a way of life. It's a way of.. er.. it's a way of SOMETHING! I just don't know what yet!" PRJ5 / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
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