On Sunday 04 March 2001 19:08, Erik Mouw wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 04, 2001 at 12:29:47PM -0600, Matthew Fredrickson wrote:
> > What does everybody think of the idea of trying to write a RISC PROM-like
> > BIOS for the x86 architecture?
> > I've been tossing the idea around in my head for a while, and after I got
> > my first SGI I realized that something like this would be fairly useful.
> > Basically, I'm wondering if anybody is already doing something like this
> > (not linuxBIOS, though the code for that could be a useful base).
> > Thanks.
> Have a look at OpenBIOS:
> The project wants to create an IEEE 1275-1994 compliant firmware, like
> used by SUN (for example).
> [who likes SUN firmware even more than SGI firmware]
How can I install openbios ?
also, can I use it in x86 PC?
and is it better than my award BIOS?
last question, is it support windows if I want to change to windows again? M$
one I mean
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