(no subject)

Gregg C Levine hansolofalcon at worldnet.att.net
Mon Oct 28 11:02:00 CET 2002

Hello from Gregg C Levine
Adam, please define that none-sense for me. I have most of the things
here, from that guy's site. My only objections are for the assembler he
chose. I felt he should have used the assembler that's at the core of
the binary utilities of the GNU set of tools, instead of A86. Or even
Turbo Assembler from Borland, at least they understand proper licensing.
Oh, and thank you for repackaging the whole material in that form. I
didn't have any problems unzipping any of it here, just a darned
nuisance to make it work here.
Gregg C Levine hansolofalcon at worldnet.att.net
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: linuxbios-admin at clustermatic.org [mailto:linuxbios-
> admin at clustermatic.org] On Behalf Of Adam Agnew
> Sent: Monday, October 28, 2002 9:27 AM
> To: adam at cfar.umd.edu
> Cc: linuxbios at clustermatic.org; rminnich at lanl.gov
> Subject: (no subject)
> This is mostly for Adam Sulmicki for the benefit of our current
> but it's been about a year since it was mentioned last so I felt it
> wouldn't help to reiterate (i know i forgot) that there exists another
> open source bios, tinyBIOS
> http://www.pcengines.com/tinybios.htm
> and since his zip file is difficult to uncompress due to patents or
> such non-sense, i repackaged it at
> http://www.missl.cs.umd.edu/~agnew/anopenbios.zip
> - Adam Agnew
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