Robert A. Yetman (boby@pixi.com)
Wed, 29 Jan 1997 15:42:21 -1000 (HST)

After having 2.1.22, 23, and 24 not boot on my loadlin 1.6a/bzImage,
system with the <4MB memory error, I finally did some hacking
of the code, and discovered my system needed
#define STANDARD_MEM_BIOS_CALL in order to boot properly.

Now I hacked it into arch/i386/kernel/setup.c, i386/boot/setup.S,
and compressed/misc.c, and now I can boot loadlin/bzImage fine.

My question is, rather than having to put that define in 3 separate
files, where is the best/proper place in the kernel to put it, so
my system will boot properly. Its not a config option (that I could

Just FYI I'm running a Pentium with 24M of memory, pretty generic system.

boby@pixi.com (Robert A. Yetman)