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stepan at suse.de
Wed Nov 19 04:31:00 CET 2003
* Eric W. Biederman <ebiederman at lnxi.com> [031119 03:23]:
> Possibly a better term would be failsafe image.
> What happens is that if everything looks good the fallback image
> hands control to the normal one. Otherwise it keeps control.
Note: IIRC, the "normal" image is called with protected mode already
running, so it needs a different startup code (entry32.s instead of
Also, the failsafe image does not do cmos option handling afair?
Stefan Reinauer, SUSE LINUX AG
Teamleader Architecture Development
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