LinuxBIOS and Win2K
Eric W. Biederman
ebiederman at lnxi.com
Mon Jun 28 17:39:01 CEST 2004
"Mike Shields" <mshields at yarcom.com> writes:
> I know very little about LinuxBIOS other than what I have read on
> www.linuxbios.org, my scans of the archive, and a short paper form Nicholus
> Andrews at Linux Labs. I was hoping to get some success stories on booting
> windows on top of LinuxBIOS, or other information I could use in my short
Ok there is one big advantage I forgot to mention.
When auditing and verifing code simplicity is a huge plus. And the only
really complicated part of LinuxBIOS loading windows would be the code
that actually loads windows. All of those ugly BIOS callbacks.
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