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On Monday 09 September 2002 07:00, David S. Miller wrote:
> > 2) addresses within the main kernel image text/data/bss
>
> Yep. MIPS's KSEG0 (a stupid design if there ever was one)
>
> Actually, KSEG0 the most Linux friendly design in the world
> particularly in 64-bit mode.

That's easy to say until you try and work with it (I assume you have,
and forgot). Just try to do a 3G/1G split on it, for example.

> I pine constantly for it appearing some day on a future UltraSPARC
> revision :-)

Don't wish too hard, you might get it ;-)

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Daniel
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