Adam Sulmicki

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One of the last vestiges of closed source proprietary software in current PCs is the PC BIOS. The BIOS, most always written in assembler, operates mostly in 16 bit mode, and provides services that few modern 32 bit operating systems require. Recognizing this, the LinuxBIOS founders began an effort to place a Linux kernel in the ROM of current motherboards–(More)
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