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SubjectRe: will be able to load new kernel without restarting?
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On Sat, 2003-05-03 at 21:24, Gabe Foobar wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Just a simple question. When I will be able to load new
> kernel without restarting the system? Working anybody on
> this problem?

There's an experimental Linux kernel patch called "kexec" that allows
you to load another kernel (not only a Linux kernel) witout rebooting in
the sense of what this term really means: e.g. you can load another
Linux kernel without doing a full POST using the BIOS.
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