When I ported the last patch forward to 2.4.17, I noticed that there
were quite a few parts that could use some work. Looking through the
patch, it seems like the head.S stuff could be done in a better way,
maybe a seperate head.S for machines that start in protected mode?
Then again, maybe the boot loader should just be changed? The
interrupt handler code also needs to be fixed up.
I haven't looked at the patch to seperate out i386 subarches yet, but
maybe that would be a good first step to abstracting away some of the
visws setup code?
On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 03:26:08PM +0400, Andrey Panin wrote:
> Hi all,
> attached patch is a forward port of latest (2.4.17) visws patch from
> sourceforge. It's mostly trivial textual merge. Builds, unteseted.
> Please take a look at it.
> Andrey Panin | Embedded systems software engineer
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