LINUXBIOS can boot any variety OS
agnew at cs.umd.edu
Thu Aug 21 12:24:01 CEST 2003
You should start at Richard Smith's FAQ. It can be found in the LinuxBIOS
mailing list archive for now.
LinuxBIOS proper, I believe, has been used to boot Linux kernels, Plan9,
Using LinuxBIOS to boot Windows 2000, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, unmodified Linux,
and lots of others which went untested has been described in a couple
You can read about it in this paper here
You can try the guilty part by pulling down the freebios cvs, and looking
- Adam Agnew
On Thu, 21 Aug 2003, [iso-8859-1] mount me wrote:
> Hi linuxbiosians,
> Heard and Read that Windows 2000 can be booted using
> Linuxbios. Keeeeeeen and Interested in entering
> linuxbios. Could i get the list of OS's
> booted using LINUXBIOS and a brief explanation
> document along with it ? or links plz....
> I am stilll looking for a motherboard in Chennai,INDIA
> Has anyone tried linuxbios in CHENNAI,INDIA ?
> need your support to start linuxbios with.
> karthik bala guru
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