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Foxconn releases test BIOS fixing Linux crashers
  Posted by: Digg on Aug 3rd, 2008 1:50 AM
Only a week after the bad press coverage regarding the Linux-related bugs in a number of motherboards released by Foxconn (Which turned out to be the AMI BIOS that several board makers use), Foxconn is the first vendor out with a publicly released test patch that fixes the bulk of the problems, allowing kernel 2.6.26 to run well on the G33M series.

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