[LinuxBIOS] [FEATURE] payload compression
yinghailu at gmail.com
Sat Apr 29 23:33:59 CEST 2006
you need to notice one thing...
check if it could cross the [0xa0000, 0xd0000)...
To make it easier, You may just set CONFIG_TOP_MEM_K to 4096, and
_RAM_START to 1M...
On 4/29/06, Stefan Reinauer <stepan at coresystems.de> wrote:
> while I've been working on FILO and OpenBIOS lately I really wished
> that they could be used as nrv2b compressed payload, like its possible
> with etherboot.
> Since etherboot is probably not going to be developed beyond v5.5 and
> because the zelf support in etherboot is really ugly, I thought of an
> alternative to support compressed payloads easily.
> So I wrote a new stream which can be enabled by using
> CONFIG_COMPRESSED_ROM_STREAM instead of CONFIG_ROM_STREAM.
> When you enable CONFIG_COMPRESSED_ROM_STREAM, the payload you specify
> will completely automatically be compressed during the build stage, so
> you don't have to do anything except safe space with a few small
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