I have only used FreeBSD on one Asus board, the original A7A266. I've recently begun the undertaking of putting 5.2.1 on it. I had to disable the "Use PNP OS" function in the BIOS to make it work reliably - in other words, I'm making the BIOS assign device resources. The same is true for 4.8 and 4.9.
The board does support ACPI satisfactorily, though. -- Alan Gerber >>Replied message follows Hi, personally I'm a ASUS-User. All boards i've ever used were asus except my Siemens Primergy 470 nad my Dell Latitude D600. I ran FreeBSD successfully on this boards: Asus A7M266-D, Dual-Athlon XP 1800+ (running CURRENT, ACPI w/o problems) Asus CUV4X-D, Dual-PIII 800 (ran 4.9, if i remember correctly) Asus P5A-B, K6-2 350 (running 5.2.1 p7, ACPI w/o problems) Asus A7V266-E, Athlon XP 1800+ (running CURRENT, ACPI w/o problems) and several asus borads, but never tested on freebsd, as i'm new to *NIX. asus are always high-quality boards. you'll notice that in quality of bios for example. all asus boards supporting ACPI, work flawless. Patrick _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"