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SubjectRe: [BK PATCH] klibc for 2.5.64 - try 2
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Daniel Egger <degger@fhm.edu> writes:

> Am Sam, 2003-03-08 um 18.28 schrieb Eric W. Biederman:
>
> > All of my policy is already in user space and as I boot over the
> > network size is not a large constraint.
>
> Just curious, for me size *is* a large constraint just because I'm
> booting over network. The size of a kernel must not exceed 1M in
> size here and that brought me quite some troubles with the growth
> of 2.5.x. How did you get around this?

I use etherboot. It is small and has not problems acting as network
bootstrap program if you are stuck with EFI.

Etherboot can load to any address < 4GB and can jump to a 32bit entry
point. It's not rocket science or magic just good open source code.

Eric
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