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Open BIOSes for Linux

Modern systems need not be held back by a legacy boot process (read as DOS).

Peter Seebach writes about alternative BIOS for PC.

From the article, “On many systems, a large portion of boot time goes into providing legacy support for MS-DOS. Various projects, including LinuxBIOS and Open Firmware, are trying to replace the proprietary BIOS systems with streamlined pieces of code able to do only what is necessary to get a Linux® kernel loaded and running. This article gives a brief overview of the field.”

Read more at IBM developerworks

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