[LinuxBIOS] FILO with the USB

Fridel Fainshtein fainshf at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 00:27:12 CET 2007

VxWorks "bootrom" is an example of such a tiny-kernel as well as I understand.

But in my case LAB's solution is the only way. So, debug is the only
way in the nearest future.

... and then the tiny-kernel

And whether the linuxbios would have AMD K10 support the world would
be perfect and smiling again.

On Nov 17, 2007 1:12 AM, Jordan Crouse <jordan.crouse at amd.com> wrote:
> On 16/11/07 14:58 -0800, Steve Isaacs wrote:
> > Jordan Crouse wrote:
> >> Well, first and foremost, because the tiny kernel already knows how to do
> >
> > I'm sorry, can someone enlighten me as to what a "tiny kernel" is? Is that
> > anything similar to this? http://www.selenic.com/linux-tiny/
> Well, typically, its any kernel that is small enough to fit on the ROM,
> with small filesystem to accompany it.   And strangely enough, many
> people do use the linux-tiny patches to help make said kernel small enough.
> But generally, we use the term "tiny kernel" to differentiate between the
> kernel on the ROM, and the fully featured kernel that you would normally
> use to run your system (i.e - the kernel that is loaded by kexec from the
> media of your choice).
> Jordan
> --
> Jordan Crouse
> Systems Software Development Engineer
> Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

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