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SubjectRe: emm386 hangs when booting from linux
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> > On the other hand, when instead of loadling MBR and executing it, I
> > do a far jmp to 0xf000:0xfff0 from "machine_real_start",
>
> Isn't that code conventionally called by jumping to
> 0xffff:0x0000? (Not that it matters, because the first
> instruction in all BIOSes I have seen is a jump to
> 0xf000:0xe05b.)

my processor book says that a RESET sets cs to f000 and ip to fff0,
so I used the same values.


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