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SubjectRe: [PATCH] i386: always clear bss
Jeremy Fitzhardinge <> writes:

> BTW, I should have marked this as an RFC comment, rather than an actual
> submission. We don't need it for .22.
>> NAK.
>> Skipping the segment register load is likely fine.
>> Supporting V!=P at startup_32 is not.
> Why?
>> Assuming that we have a stack at startup_32 is not.
>> If you want to figure out where the kernel is loaded you can do
>> (from arch/i386/boot/head.S)
> Yes, that's more or less the same code, aside from using 0x40(%esi) as a
> stack. Would that be OK here?

Using 0x40 as a stack would be ok.

There are issues with CONFIG_RELOCATABLE and V!=P that I'm not
comfortable with yet, because we can't tell the difference.

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