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SubjectRe: SYSENTER based syscalls patch, 2.1.105, RFC
Followup to:  <>
By author: Gabriel Paubert <>
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> > Where was SYSENTER/SYSEXIT documented, by the way? Is it in
> > Intel's PII operating system writer's guide?
> Not AFAIK, if you want to investigate, a good starting point is:
> <>
> (hint: follow the links to the AMD version called SYSCALL/SYSRET).
> Gabriel

There is a Celeron addendum to the Intel Architecture Software
Development Manual -- Volume 2: Instruction Set Reference which
documents these... you can find it as a PDF on Intel's web site. I'm
afraid I don't have the document # handy.

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