Perfect eComStation -- Hardware detect (ACPI, PCMCIA)

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Perfect eComStation -- Hardware detect (ACPI, PCMCIA)

Postby Eugene Gorbunoff » Wed Sep 17, 2008 22:36

From: eCo Software
Date: 2008/09/17

1.
* There are .zip for motherboards + CPU: MB-ASUS.zip, MB-GIGABYTE.zip
* .zip for video: VIDEO-ATI.zip
* .zip for network adapters: NET-BROADCOM.zip
* zip for PCMCIA


2. Utility which loads .XML files:

* it may use .XML from user or download from Internet an updated MB-ASUS.zip

sequence:
* a) detect motherboard using esysinfo.dll
* b) download .zip from server or from directory CD1 -> DB\
* c) checks .xml from the user





3. XML file contains:

MB-ASUS-P5B.XML contains

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    *  ACPI 3.08
          o UNI = /FS
          o SMP PIC = /SMP /PIC
          o SMP APIC = /SMP /APIC
          o SCSI APIC =
    * ACPI 3.10
          o UNI = /FS /MAMBA
          o SMP PIC = /SMP /PIC
          o SMP APIC = /SMP /APIC /CD
          o SCSI APIC =

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Re: Perfect eComStation -- Hardware detect (ACPI, PCMCIA)

Postby Eugene Gorbunoff » Thu Sep 18, 2008 13:48

ops,
XML should contain:

{
ACPI 3.10

..

write to acpi.cfg:
LINK LNKF 14
LINK LNKB 0xA
write to CRC config:
..
}

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Re: Perfect eComStation -- Hardware detect (ACPI, PCMCIA)

Postby Eugene Gorbunoff » Thu Sep 18, 2008 13:56

Pasha offers setup ACPI by drivers users, not motherboard only.

e-co:

asus p5b { ACPI 3.10 [

if (genmac, intel 3945) then acpi.psd=.. link x x

] }


Pasha:

if os2scsiIBM then acpi.psd=/PIC

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Re: Perfect eComStation -- Hardware detect (ACPI, PCMCIA)

Postby Eugene Gorbunoff » Sun May 03, 2009 02:05

The feature is implemented as ACPI DB browser
http://ecomstation.ru/acpitools


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