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Re: grub/laden bugs

From: Yoshinori Okuji
Subject: Re: grub/laden bugs
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 15:03:22 +0100 (BST)

 --- Niels Möller <address@hidden> wrote:
> It turns out that when laden reads the memory map from grub, it
> consists of three correct (as far as I can tell) entries, followed by
> three bogus ones. The mapping is something like
> n  base        length       type
> 1         0x0     0x9 fc00  1
> 2    0x9 fc00        0x400  2
> 3   0x10 0000  0x1fee 2800  1
> 4 0x1ffe 2800     0x1 d800  2
> 5 0xfeda 0000     0x6 0000  2
> 6 0xffb8 0000    0x48 0000  2

Why do you think these are bogus? It is quite normal that
BIOS has multiple reserved regions. If you still think 
it is abnormal, check which program should be blamed.
You can see what GRUB thinks about your memory map by
issuing the command "displaymem".

And, if you think GRUB has a bug, please send a report to
bug-grub rather than l4-hurd.


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