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SubjectRe: [PATCH] sockreg2.4.5-05 inet[6]_create() register/unregister table
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acahalan@cs.uml.edu said:
> Consider a chunk of x86 instructions using a home-grown OS
> abstraction layer, and drivers that implement that layer for both
> Linux and any non-GPL operating system. The binary blob is obviously
> not derived from Linux, and may in fact run without modification in a
> BSD or Solaris/x86 kernel.

> There is in fact just such a layer. It might not currently have the
> features needed to implement TCP, but it could be extended as needed.

Sounds like you're talking about UDI. I thought that had died the horrible
slow death it deserved - only to be dusted off, redone in CPU-agnostic
bytecode and called ACPI.

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dwmw2


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