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SubjectRe: Linux Buffer Overflow Security Exploits
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Tuomas Heino <iheino@cc.hut.fi> writes:

> And how do you use more than 4 gigabytes of RAM on these boring Intel
> boxes _without_ segmentation? ;)
> [... and don't say "ram drives" - unless you have a new meaning for that ;)]

Simple. You don't. If you can afford that much RAM, you can also
afford a real 64-bit machine to do your work on.


--nat

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