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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/9] x86 EFI boot stub
On 08/11/2011 12:59 PM, Matt Fleming wrote:
> From: Matt Fleming <>
> This series adds support for an EFI boot stub, similar to the existing
> BIOS boot stub. The result is that you can boot a bzImage on an EFI
> machine without the use of a boot loader by making the bzImage appear
> to the EFI firmware to be an EFI application. Also, a single bzImage
> can be booted on either a BIOS or EFI machine.
> Using the EFI boot stub has the advantage that the kernel is
> responsible for configuring the machine to the point where we can
> fully boot the kernel, so we are no longer at the mercy of the boot
> loader.
Fails to boot here. I thought changing characteristics from 0x60500020 to 0xe0500020 would help, but no. :/
This change would make the code section writable.

FileAlignment you use is probably wrong, I think it should be 0x200 not 0x2000 .

Maybe you need to add a data section and fix SizeOfInitializedData too?

It just hangs on a blinking cursor, no idea if it actually started executing anything yet or not, since nothing is printed out.


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