[LinuxBIOS] supported in v1, not in v2?
smithbone at gmail.com
Fri Feb 24 03:37:02 CET 2006
> Basically in v1 all ram initialization code was written in assembly,
> while in v2 it is written in C. There's also only one device tree
> instead of a static and a dynamic device tree. Plus, there's ACPI
> support (because there are machines out there that can't be booted
> without ACPI anymore)
Video is in there as well. Getting video to work in V1 is quite a
bit tricker than in V2. If you are wanting video then porting to V2
is probally a good idea.
Richard A. Smith
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