youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Sat Oct 6 08:16:38 PDT 2007
Aryeh Friedman wrote:
> On 10/5/07, Doug Hardie <bc979 at lafn.org> wrote:
>> I am planning for replacing one of my servers. I want to upgrade to
>> at least a dual-core machine. I found the Abit IP 35 Pro motherboard
>> at Frys which looks like it has most everything I need. However, I
>> don't find any discussions about that particular board in the
>> archives or Google. Has anyone used that board and does it work well
>> with FreeBSD 6? Thanks.
> P35 in general has caused problems
That board should work perfectly fine on FreeBSD 7-CURRENT (or 7-RELEASE
when that becomes available), and for all intensive purposes should work
with 6-RELEASE; you'll want to update to the latest version of 6 though
because there were some driver releases that came out which allow you to
use Marvell NICs (msk driver), for instance.
I have a comparable board from ASUS (P5K-E) and it worked fine with 6.x
(6.1-rc1, 6.2 latest), and works nicely with 7-CURRENT (sources sup'ed
from Sept 27th). So unless Abit does something funky with the devices
onboard, things should work perfectly fine (not sure about onboard
graphics though since I have an nvidia card :)...).
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