Re: [PATCH] Re: THE LINUX/I386 BOOT PROTOCOL - Breaking the 256 limit
From: H. Peter Anvin
Date: Mon Oct 10 2005 - 10:49:50 EST
Georg Lippold wrote:
At the very least, though, i386 and x86-64 need to be changed together,
since they use the same bootstrap.
I think it will take rather long to synchronize all archs. Maybe x86 can
fix it fast (it would ease the making of LiveCD's) and then initiate a
standardization on lkml? Knoppix has its kernel patch for over a year
now and I asked gentoo to do so, too. But they said, I should ask for it
here... Until the fix is in the distributions-kernel, probably another
month will pass and it obviously needs to be fixed.
I would suggest updating your patch to include x86-64 and documentation,
and submit it. Other architectures will have to do this as it suits them.
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