EStawnyczy at geo-logistics.com
Mon Jan 31 11:48:17 CET 2000
the 64K limit... i'm not exactly sure what you mean, but I think you may
mean real mode... not protected mode. you can look up the source code for
p-mode on ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/programming/pmode
and look through the "jump to protected mode" portion.
From: Ross [mailto:rossio at hoeftd.reno.nv.us]
Sent: January 31, 2000 10:55 Am
To: openbios at elvis.informatik.uni-freiburg.de
Subject: Re: [OpenBIOS] ROM-Emulators
Do anyone out there know how I can get around the 64k limit of
a self booting floopy disk? I know up to 40k of data on the floppy.
> From: Winter Jörg <joerg.winter at disch-gmbh.de>
> To: openbios at elvis.informatik.uni-freiburg.de
> Subject: [OpenBIOS] ROM-Emulators
> Date: Monday, January 31, 2000 1:05 AM
> > ----------
> > Von: Edwin Rhodes[SMTP:edwin_rhodes at hotmail.com]
> > Antwort an: openbios at freiburg.linux.de
> > Gesendet: Montag, 31. Januar 2000 02:26
> > An: openbios at elvis.informatik.uni-freiburg.de
> > Betreff: Re: [OpenBIOS] Fine.
> > can i have a copy of this rom-emulator?
> > thanks edwin
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Winter Jörg <joerg.winter at disch-gmbh.de>
> > To: <openbios at elvis.informatik.uni-freiburg.de>
> > Sent: Friday, January 28, 2000 10:50 AM
> > Subject: [OpenBIOS] Fine.
> I´m sorry, but a copy of my ROM-Emulator would not be what you expext ...
> I was not talking about Software. The Emulator is a little piece of
> that I bought. It is intended to be inserted into a standard 32 Pin
> Jedec-Memory Socket. Then you download a 64k image via the parallel port
> any PC into this Hardware. You press reset at the board and it boots ...
> well sometimes ...
> If you are interested in such an Hardware try th e following urls as a
> www.hed.de (they make tools for embedded and microcontrol. I once talked
> their Boss and got the impression that they are really good!)
> www.embedded-tools.de (they have a modular Emulator called PromJet. Its
> to act like rom/ram/flash up to 16Mbit and 32Bit Words. Furthermore it can
> handle operating voltages from 2 to 5V. It also has an ethernet plug ...)
> Well this is not an advertisement ... I did not test these devices but
> seem interesting to me ...
> > eMail: mailto:Joerg.Winter at Disch-GmbH.de
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