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SubjectRe: Reserving a (large) memory block
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On 06 Sep 2000 13:54:49 +0800 
Ryan Cumming <bodnar42@bodnar42.dhs.org> wrote:

>> Problem is: I don't (think I) have filesystem access at init
>> time, and can't safely reserve specific physical memory after
>> init which seems to leave my only option being to pass in the
>> reservation specs from the bootloader, which is what rather I'm
>> trying to avoid.

> Possibly... would it be pratical to have part of the module kernel
> resident, and the pull its memory location/size off the kernel
> command line?

Is that possible? How? Modules seem to come a long ways after
init (certainly after the memory stuff is built).

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