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    SubjectRe: i386 very early memory detection cleanup patch breaks the build
    James Bottomley wrote:
    > OK, I found it, it was a swapper_pg_dir replacement assumption that
    > breaks if pg0 isn't in the known location. Voyager still does odd
    > tricks with this because it also has a 486 SMP configuration (which I've
    > yet to test still boots...).

    Ick. Hard-coded address error.

    > The attached patch fixes everything for me (do we agree on the
    > trampoline thing as the final form?)

    It's a bit ugly, but good enough for me.

    Andrew, I think this patch should go in.

    Thanks,

    -hpa
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