Subject: Re: NetBSD without MMU ?
To: Ignatios Souvatzis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: John Clark <email@example.com>
Date: 04/13/2002 08:15:16
Am Samstag den, 13. April 2002, um 01:03, schrieb Ignatios Souvatzis:
> Similar trick, I think, for OS9/68000, but that book is not in the shelf
> I can reach while sitting at the keyboard.
OS/K (OS-9 for M68K) used base register and relative branching to
allow for position independence.
At the time I preferred the M68K over the x86 method, as the use
of 32 registers to 'go anywhere in the address space' seemed better
than the the ES:DX or whatever that one was required to do for the