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SubjectRe: [RFC, PATCH 5/24] i386 Vmi code patching
* Anthony Liguori (aliguori@us.ibm.com) wrote:
> Would you have less trouble if the "ROM" were actually more like a
> module? Specifically, if it had a proper elf header and symbol table,
> used symbols as entry points, and was a GPL interface (so that ROM's had
> to be GPL)? Then it's just a kernel module that's hidden in the option
> ROM space and has a C interface.

Yeah, point is the interface is normal C API, and has the similar free
form that normal kernel API's have.

thanks,
-chris
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