> There is the basic Cx5530 chipset, which could have support in the
> Linux kernel (IDE, graphics and sound).
It already does. Has done for ages. The non SB emulation mode of the audio
is not supported but that I don't think matters.
> for all chips, some are specific for a variant, such as the video
> input port and graphics overlay/genlock.
In general if we want to support lots of weird crap then the ARM folks have
a very nice model and a lot of weird crap to have developed their ideas
against. Personal preference
Type of system (PC, Embedded)
then for PC leave as is, for embedded
Board type (blah, blah , blah)
Firmware (PC BIOS, LinuxBIOS, RedBoot)
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