Answer: The CHRP specification was created in the mid 1990's to create a common system interface for companies writing drivers that need to be compatible with ever changing hardware platforms. In the CHRP I/O Device development manual, there is support for developers of drivers for Floppy Controllers, IDE, DMA, and all of the other typical PC controllers(the devices commonly found in a PC). There is no mention of developing I/O Drivers for general purpose I/O products. Because Acromag does not make these dedicated I/O devices, the CHRP is not supported. Please consult WindRiver for a detailed explaination of their support products.