I think they are getting close to a driver for the winmodem,
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From: "Michael Reifenberger" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "FreeBSD-Current" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 7:19 AM
Subject: Thinkpad A30p and -current. status and issues
> because I behaved well last year christmas brought a new A30p
> in replacement for my former Toshiba Tecra 8000 :-)
> First impression: Nice pice of plastic and silicon.
> Migrating from the Tecra to the A30p was a few hours for FreeBSD
> (exclusivly for dump/restore from old to new disk.)
> Editing rc.conf, fstab and XF86Config took a few minutes.
> Migrating NT2K took one day for reinstalling all applications
> and rebooting dozend of times....
> BTW: The A30p doesnt have a Floppy by default anymore and no
> installation CD's for reinstallation. All is preinstalled in
> a obscure Win98 1Gig Partition at the end of the harddisk which
> gets called if one presses F11 during startup. But it seems a
> MBR feature which goes away if one installs an alternative
> Working Features:
> - The display X11 @ 1600x1200 via VESA driver
> (the RADEON chip is not directly supported in XFree 4.1.0)
> - build-in fxp0
> - modular DVD/CDR/CDRW comby (is a Toshiba drive)
> - USB / USB-mouse
> - PS/2
> - UDMA33/66/100 via ATA(66/100) / ATAPI (33)
> - OLDCARD via the legacy shims
> Not working Features:
> - agp driver (unknown too new chipset)
> - SMB/IIC-bus ( " )
> - Sound (Intel ICH3)
> - NEWCARD
> - OLDCARD pcic_pci attachment
> - Lucent Softmodem (no driver)
> - Firewire ( " )
> - ACPI (I get some Error messages during startup and I'm not
> sure up to which extend ACPI works)
> The OLDCARD/NEWCARD/Sound issues seems all to be related
> to bus mapping problems of register and io memory.
> See attached files dmesg2.txt and pciconf.txt.
> Does anyone know how to interpret and resolve the mapping issues?
> Which bridge-chip is responsible for the agp access?
> Michael Reifenberger
> ^.*Plaut.*$, IT, R/3 Basis, GPS
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