On Mon, 25 Sep 1995, Andreas Busse wrote:
> > I am at work right now so I don't have time to put the stuff together for
> > testing elsewhere, but I will do so tonight. By the way, where should I
> > ftp this stuff to? What shall it be called, and should it be separated
> > Milo? Personally I think the answer to the Milo question is yes. The text
> > and data segments need to fit within 15360 bytes. All that needs to
> happen in
> > the loader (at least for now) is to load the kernel and jump to it's entry
> > point. It also needs to properly handle prom restarts, etc. Fairly
> > forward, but it also needs to have knowledge of the filesystem so that it
> > find the kernel. What I have now does little more than print some messages
> > out to the console via the firmware callback vector.
> As a temporary solution, please mail tar'ed gzip'ed and uuencoded
> files to Luc Beurton <firstname.lastname@example.org> and tell him where to put
> the files.
Ok. That works for me. I'll send some stuff his way tonight. Where should
it be put (i.e., where should I tell him to put it)?
> Regarding Milo or not: Name it DECLD or whatever, but at a certain
> point it would be a good idea to integrate your sources into the
> milo source tree, but not into milo itself. This way a build of
> milo can produce all necessary loaders, you know ?
Ok. For the time being I'm going to call it LinuxBoot following the
UltrixBoot naming convention. This can change at any time. I'm not
attached to that name in any way :-) Also makes sense to migrate it into the
milo source tree eventually (once it is deemed to be working). For now I
would prefer to keep it separate for ease of development and testing
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