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SubjectRe: booting Linux from a dos box in win3.1
On Tue, 3 Sep 1996, Albert Cahalan wrote:
> For Windows NT, I think a VxD would be needed. They run in kernel
> mode, so they can shut down all the services and then just start
> the Linux code directly. That would work for all platforms I think,
> and it would mean the real-mode code could be eliminated for i386.
Hmm, NT as a boot loader ....
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