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SubjectRE: Again Multiboot-Standard for Linux ?
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Hi,

> From: "ChristianK."@t-online.de [mailto:"ChristianK."@t-online.de]

> Is anyone still working on making the Linux Kernel Multiboot
> compliant ?

Was someone working on this before? It didn't seem like it.

> I wan't to load my modules from grub(pxegrub) without the
> need to compile in
> ramdisk / initrd / romfs... (System memory is very low (4MB-6MB)).

I am tentatively looking at this, but for other reasons. IIRC the initrd's
memory is recycled later on, so I don't know if tight memory is a good
reason for pursuing this.

Regards -- Andy
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