On Tuesday 09 October 2007, Jung-uk Kim wrote:
> In long mode, we don't really care about segment registers. While
> implementing TLS for Linuxulator, I had to do the following hack, for
> Under Linux and Windows, they do preserve segment registers vs. base
> addresses mapping for backward compatibility, AFAIK with some
> performance penalty.
Ah! But you are doing your magic _in the kernel_. I don't have this luxury :)
I have to do everything in user space (as a normal user) on an out-of-the-box
I have *one* more question: maybe I don't fully understand the hole BASE thing,
but since the FreeBSD kernel does not preserve %gs and %fs, what is the purpose
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