[coreboot] [patch] mkelfimage intelligent placement of ramdisk
H. Peter Anvin
hpa at zytor.com
Wed Jun 11 18:58:58 CEST 2008
Peter Stuge wrote:
>> He said wraplinux relies upon "int 15h, AX=2401h (unless A20 is
>> enabled) and int 15h, AX=E820h (for probing memory)". He indicated
>> that he really dislikes the design of coreboot and will likely
>> never support it.
> I would very much appreciate if you could expand on this.
I should point out something here:
wraplinux uses a subset of the BIOS calls used by the Linux setup code
itself. If you can boot a Linux kernel from the standard 16-bit entry
point, wraplinux should work out of the box.
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