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who want money????

From: gilberto
Subject: who want money????
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 19:53:51 -0200 (BRST)
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I will pay U$ 2500,00 to who resolve bellow!!
I will put money in your account!! But now, help me!!

I don't know the code of the GRUB I need instructions to find the things
there.My objective is simply I need take the value of the adreess memory
0x000ffa17 and make a verication with this value is 0x01 or not!! After
that I will load the menu.lst or menu2.lst, I need make only this, but
anybody answer my question. It's urgent. I necessary I will pay or not.
Depend of you!

Please don't me send things with this:
Here's your help:

This is smart question, Where I would make a question about grub??? Are
There better place of here???? With my mother is impossible!!!


> If, your list email didn't know help me! Who will know?????
> Again I have the problem bellow it' impossible anybody know about this.
> It's very simply to you. To me is very hard make this alone.
> I need only make the value of the adress in memory and verify is correct
> and load menu.lst ou menu2.lst.
> EIHMMMMMMMMMMM! Answer anything useful to me.
> I said if necessary will pay without injury to GNU.
> Gilberto
>> On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 12:10:44AM -0200, address@hidden
>> wrote:
>>> Hi, comunity of GNU Linux, Robert please see my idea about my problem:
>>> This file is builtins.c line 3974 more less. I add more commands.
>>> I set variable localiza to adress 0x000ffa17 , I am not sure but I
>>> think
>>> the function  grub_sprintf, read the menu.lst if it is true I made the
>>> condicional expression to verify the variable localiza, depend of the
>>> value if read menu.lst or menu2.lst this form I can load the linux gnu
>>> system or other system. Depended of the value of the variable localiza.
>>> It
>>> is correct???
>>>   localiza=0x000ffa17;
>>>   grub_printf ("Endereço de 0x000ffa17\"contem= %d\"... ", *localiza);
>>>   if ( *localiza == 0 )
>>>   grub_sprintf (config_filename, "%s%s", prefix, "/menu.lst");
>>>   else
>>>   grub_sprintf (config_filename, "%s%s", prefix, "/menuw.lst");
>> Sorry I can't tell.  I don't see any obvious mistakes in this code, but
>> I'm
>> only familiar with GRUB 2.  Try switching to that.  It'll also make it
>> easier
>> to debug your problem (since you can poke at variables in rescue mode,
>> etc).
>> --
>> Robert Millan
>> <GPLv2> I know my rights; I want my phone call!
>> <DRM> What use is a phone call… if you are unable to speak?
>> (as seen on /.)
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