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SubjectRe: Loading and executing kernel from a non-standard address using SY SLINUX
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Followup to:  <99F2150714F93F448942F9A9F112634CA54B07@txexmtae.amd.com>
By author: ravikumar.chakaravarthy@amd.com
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> I am trying to load and boot the kernel from a non-standard address
> (0x200000). I am using the SYSLINUX boot loader, which loads the
> kernel at that address. I have also made changes to the kernel to
> setup code and startup_32() function to effect the same. When I boot
> the system It says
>

Modified, perhaps. Stock SYSLINUX loads at the standard address
(0x100000).

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