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SubjectRe: flat memory in ppc
From: Venkat Raghu <>
Date: Sat, Aug 09, 2003 at 10:46:59AM -0700
> Hi,
> I am a newbie. Often it is mentioned that ppc
> based systems are "flat memory".
> So Please clarify
> 1)what exactly flat memory means?
> 2) Please give comparision of x86 and ppc, showing
> the places where they are different.
> 3) So is there any difference in drivers that
> work on ppc platforms.
Unfortunately, you seem to have mistakenly sent your question to the
linux-kernel mailinglist, even if it is neither linux nor kernel
specific. This list has enough on-topic mail as it is.

> Any links/pointers will also be helpful.
Try or nntp://comp.sys.mac.hardware or some other

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