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SubjectRe: The well-factored 386
David S. Miller wrote:
> He talks about his x86 emulator he wrote, and people complain to me
> all the time about his postings.
>
> Nobody ever follows up to any of his postings, he's not even
> discussing anything, he's just showing how great he thinkgs
> his x86 emulator is.

I didn't realise he was talking about an x86 emulator. I thought he
was analyzing real hardware.

The one thing that made it on-topic for me was his quiet suggestion
that "forreal" mode interrupts are faster, and that it might, perhaps,
be possible to modify a Linux kernel to run in that mode - to take
advantage of the faster interrupts.

-- Jamie
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