Thanks, but I've already looked there. The HCL is great if a motherboard I'm looking at has an entry, but again, it doesn't cover specific chipsets.
I want to be able to look at motherboard and say "oh, this one has the AMD 480x /SB600 chipsets, that'll never work" or "this one has has the nforce 430 chipsets, no worries there". In reality I'm reasonably certain that nforce chipset would work(but not entirely because I can't seem to find any info on how well it's supported, whether it's supported in-kernel or if it there are all sorts of features that require closed firmware or drivers), but the only info on the 480x/SB600 claiming Linux compatitbility comes from AMD's website (an no mention of in-kernel support or whatnot). And that's not even getting into VIA chipsets and current chipsets from nvidia and AMD.
How can there be compatibility lists all over the place for scanners, sound cards, modems, (S)ATA controllers, but not north and south bridges?
Last edited by lurko; 07-19-2007 at 05:50 PM.