Hendricks David W.
dwh at lanl.gov
Mon Jan 26 17:36:01 CET 2004
Yes. IIRC, FreeBSD and Plan9 can be booted. Adam Sulmicki's ADLO (Adhesive
loader) has been used to boot Windows 2000, but I'm not sure if anyone's
gotten it to work with Windows XP as of yet.
On Mon, 26 Jan 2004, Armijn Hemel wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 09:30:19AM -0700, ron minnich wrote:
> > > for the Dutch Linux Magazine (http://www.linuxmag.nl/) I'm writing an
> > > article about open source hardware and LinuxBIOS is one of the projects
> > > I will mention. I have a question which does not seem to be answered
> > > in the FAQ.
> > > Do I really need to remove the normal BIOS from a machine, insert a ZIF
> > > socket, etc.?
> > No, but the FLASH process will replace that BIOS with linuxbios.
> Ah cool. There are some things that are not really clear to me. Can
> other operating systems ('doze, FreeBSD) be booted with the LinuxBIOS?
> I read something about SEBOS on the project page, but not about
> LinuxBIOS being able to do it. So can it? A simple `yes' or `no' will be
> sufficient :)
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