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Re: SEUL: SEUL duplicating efforts?

On Mon, 16 Feb 1998, Orn E. Hansen wrote:

>   But once your in Linux, your inside a 32bit environment, not just old Billy
> boys, 1Mbyte environment with only 640Kb user space.  Once here, you don't have
> access to memory outside your area, and this means the BIOS.  And there are no
> kernel jumps in Linux that allow you to go into the bios.  So trying to jump to
> 0x000f0000 will just result in a segmentation fault.

So a /dev/BIOS "device driver" is needed? 

George Bonser 
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