> I am interested in hearing what features people would
> want to have on a motherboard/mainboard designed from the
> ground up specifically for Linux.
> 1. OpenFirm Ware.
> 2. Geek port similar to the BeBox.
> 3. Common Hardware Reference Platform Compliant (CHRP)
The trouble with designing hardware in contrast to writing software is that
there are no compilers (i.e. chip production plants) available for free on
Otherwise, I'd be glad to hear about such efforts. A Geek port or the
equivalent would be absolutely fantastic ... although USB is on the way <gg>
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