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SubjectRe: sysctl interface to bootflags?
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Well, it may run, but what it changed was NOT the SBF field.
When I restarted my machine the BIOS beeped and told me
there was an error in the nonvolatile RAM. I was made to
reset the system date, and then the computer rebooted
normally.

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Thomas

> Thanks. I tested the new sbf.c and after hacking it a
> bit to remove the fail-on-invalid-reg-value, it runs:
>
> root@thanatos:/home/jdthood/src/sbf# ./a.out
> BOOT @ 0x07fd0040
> CMOS register: 0x33
> Read current value := 0x88
> Read updated value := 0x89
>
> Here it has set bit 0, the PnP-OS bit. Do you have any
> plans to enhance the program to allow control of all the flags?




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