Note that the x86/ target included support for all x86/ class
processors. That's not technically correct. This should be constrained
only to the "generic" subtarget. Every x86-class target that isn't
generic should be able to select only the optimizations/capabilities
applicable to that architectural variant.
It's also assumed that all x86 processors have keyboard & mouse ports,
ISA, DMI, ACPI... the embedded ones typically don't. Again, moving
that to the generic subtarget.
Fortunately, this was a fairly benign tweak.
The net5501 board includes the following logic:
CS5535 super-I/O chip
PC87360 sensor chip
Via Rhine Ethernet controllers
Via Sata controllers
USB, LEDS, I2C
Signed-off-by: Philip Prindeville <philipp_subx@…>