Gero Kuhlmann wrote: > > Hello, > > today I've released version 0.9.1 of netboot. It contains a couple of > bug fixes against version 0.9.0, but no new features. You can download > it from the netboot home page http://netboot.sourceforge.net. > > gero. > -- Thanks for your hard work on this, Gero. I have been trying to port netboot/etherboot to an embedded 486 box (sold in Australia as Ezenet TV, but actually a rebadged Neontech NTV-1000 see http://www.neontech.com/products_ntv1000.shtml ). I have hacked the code into the "BIOS" of this device, and can get it up to loading the kernel off the net. Alas, mknbi-linux relies on some BIOS calls that aren't implemented on the Neontech BIOS (in particular INT 16H and INT 15H - INT 10H appears to be sufficiently there to work). Anyway, one option is to try and find some code for these INTs that I can patch into my BIOS image. Another option is to put in some conditionals into the "wrapper" code that gets added to the kernel image by mknbi-linux that replaces the BIOS calls with actual code. I don't really have a good BIOS reference that lets me know exactly what these calls are supposed to return. Any tips on which way to proceed would be much appreciated. Cheers, Bob Edwards. =========================================================================== This Mail was sent to netboot mailing list by: Bob Edwards <Robert.Edwards@anu.edu.au> To get help about this list, send a mail with 'help' as the only string in it's body to email@example.com. If you have problems with this list, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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