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Re: kernel

I am confused because  the document at
http://www.lunetix.de/docs/KHG/node57.html mentions that the kernel
code+data is at 0x006000 and 1M actually has page tables

Sorry for quoting an unrelated mail in my earlier mail
Arun Sharma wrote:

> On Sun, Apr 23, 2000 at 02:16:43PM +0530, Rakesh Agarwal wrote:
> > Can anyone tell where in the memory ( physical address ) does the
> > kernel lies and what is the size of the 2.2 kernel
> kernel gets loaded at 1M and virtual 0xc0010000 + X gets translated
> to 1M + X physical.
> The size of the kernel depends on how you've compiled it. You can
> do objdump -h vmlinux and sum up the sizes of the text+data+bss
> to get an idea.
>         -Arun
> PS: It's considered bad etiquette to quote an entirely unrelated mail
> in full when you ask a question on the list.
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Rakesh Agarwal
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Wipro Tecnologies
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