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SubjectRe: loadlin with 2.5.?? kernels
At 11:00 PM 10/25/2002 +0100, robert w hall wrote:

>Hans Lermen changed the gdt structure in version 1.6b to enable it to
>boot a win4lin-enabled kernel - he also changed things recently (1.6c)
>to boot kernels of between 0.5 &1.5Mb compressed.

(1.5MB? I remember hitting the 1MB wall even after grabbing 1.6c. hmm..)

I went back and double-checked my loadlin version, and it turned out I was
actually using 1.6a due to a fat finger. Version 1.6c booted fine (only
one kernel tested) without Eric's help. 1.6a definitely needs Eric's help
to boot.

(gee, it works. sure hope I don't hit the new lard limit any time soon;)

-Mike

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