> I've not had MILO do these things yet, so I can't send you the patches
> just yet :-).
I know :-)
> : Meanwhile I'll try to build in your latest changes, and together
> : with the above changes we could release Milo 0.26. Agreed ?
> Sounds good to me. I'll send you the patches as soon as I've
> compeleted them. I'll also try to send patches to the kernel because
> I think I'm to the load the RAM disk stage in my kernel booting, which
> sounds promising. It just hangs there for reasons I'm not sure of
> (likely looking for my non-existant hard disk :-).
Hmm. IDE or SCSI enabled? Better turn it off. I'm sure it produces
only trouble and headache :-)
> : I would say, leave the "standard" kernel 0x80000000 for know,
> : just load the RPC44 kernel to a different place. It doesn't hurt
> : that much not to have a unified kernel for the moment. It's more
> : important to have a unified loader :-)
> Sounds cool to me. Is there some way we can mark these so we can go
> back later and find them?
Well, I can put it on the TODO list. As long nobody removes this
item, we will be remembered at least once a week.