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cool deal thanks!

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^Bump^

Guess Hobo is quite busy with his study now. I wonder what version will display the codename and chipset.
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^Bump^

Guess Hobo is quite busy with his study now. I wonder what version will display the codename and chipset.
I do not think anytime too soon as far as codename goes.
    
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I do not think anytime too soon as far as codename goes.
You can get a lot of CPU information just with the CPUid. Basically you can build a database of CPUid's, and compare that CPUid to the database to get more information about that processor. Check out this list, for example:
http://www.sandpile.org/ia32/cpuid.htm
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You can get a lot of CPU information just with the CPUid. Basically you can build a database of CPUid's, and compare that CPUid to the database to get more information about that processor. Check out this list, for example:
http://www.sandpile.org/ia32/cpuid.htm

Whoa! Thanks for the info. Though it is still doesn't show the codename, this could lead me to something. Thanks again.
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You can also find your chipset using :
Code:
dmesg | grep chipset
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You can also find your chipset using :
Code:
dmesg | grep chipset

dude, nothing came out! I wonder what happen...

does 'lspci' gives anything about chipset?
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dude, nothing came out! I wonder what happen...
It means you don't have a chipset!

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does 'lspci' gives anything about chipset?
I think it only shows PCI stuff.
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It means you don't have a chipset!
Really? I never thought my platform use the cpu and chipset combined in one chip

If there is anyone else can come out with the solution please do so
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Really? I never thought my platform use the cpu and chipset combined in one chip

If there is anyone else can come out with the solution please do so
Nonono, don't take me seriously. I was joking about that
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