Re: [Long] UEFI support
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 8:26 AM, Russell Coker wrote:
> You can run a 32bit application in a chroot or in a DomU under a 64bit
> But the option of having a full 32bit environment is also useful. Admittedly
> it's becomming less useful as RAM >4G is becomming more common which allows
> more application address space if the kernel is 64bit.
How is this relevant to the thread? We are talking about an
environment where Linux (or other kernel or a hypervisor) is not yet
running; there are no chroots, the running programs (GRUB, UEFI
firmware) use much less than even 500MB of RAM, let alone anywhere the
various x86 limits.