jgarzik at mandrakesoft.com
Tue Jan 25 11:27:15 CET 2000
"Ronald G. Minnich" wrote:
> > > It would probably be better to a bootloader that complies to a booting
> > > standard, i.e. GRUB/MultiBoot rather one that can only chainload and
> > > boot Linux.
> hey, it's open source. It's an NVRAM. There is no reason for us to all
> have the same thing anymore. That's the beauty of this whole project. If I
> need linux in the NVRAM, I do that. You want openboot? you do that. And
> none of us have to cleave to supporting DOS 1.0, unless we want to.
Yep. OpenBIOS will evolve in the direction that people use it.
There will undoubtedly be an option to omit BIOS interrupt handling in
OpenBIOS, if that even gets written at all. :)
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