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SubjectRe: Is the x86-64 kernel size limit real?
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Olivier Galibert <galibert@pobox.com> writes:

> I get bitched at by the build process because the kernel I get is
> around 4.5Mb compressed. i386 does not have that limitation.
> Interestingly, a diff between the two build.c gives:

A patch to fix it is already queued for 2.6.18

Also long term it might be completely dropped when the uncompressor
moves to long mode.

-Andi
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