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Re: Why *are* the kernels monolithic?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Why *are* the kernels monolithic?
- From: Gabriel Ebner <ge_(_at_)_gabrielebner_(_dot_)_at>
- Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2004 19:07:27 +0200
Paul de Weerd wrote:
> (or perhaps amd64).
Though currently neither ndisulator nor ndiswrapper can run i386 drivers on
amd64. From what I've read in the CVS commit logs, there has been some
amd64-specific work going on in ndisulator but AFAIK that would only work
with 64-bit drivers, which most sources of such hardware don't release.
> One of the greatest benefits of non-binary-only drivers (aka,
> source readily available) is that it runs or can be made to run on
> other platforms.
If only specs would be released for such hardware.
> Not all the world runs i386.
Very right. Me neither.
Gabriel Ebner - reverse "ta_(_dot_)_renbeleirbag_(_at_)_eg"
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