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On Mon, 09 Aug 1999 19:17:36 -0230, James Oakley wrote:
Therefore, I agree with Ron. We should build a specification from scratch with reference to Linux. Then we get the Linux kernel to support us. Then we can add features such as APM, improved user setup, comprehensive hardware enumeration, and, of course, loading DOS/Win/OS/2.
As much as I hate to say it, this is probably the best way to go. This will put the OpenBIOS into a totally PC-BIOS-uncompatible track. That makes OpenBIOS just about useless to me personally in the short-term (an OS/2 and WinNT user), but it assures a path that won't get OpenBIOS in trouble with the law...
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