Aros/Developer/Docs/Devices/AmberRAM

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Introduction[edit]

Reference[edit]

if you direct your attention to the generated 'amberram_start.c', the 'InitHandler()' routine:

AmberRAM reverted to %build_module_simple. Reasons are:

  1. It doesn't need to be added to FileSystem.resource - 'dosnode' handlers are no longer added to FileSystem.resource. Mixed handlers (ie if you wanted to have a built-in NFS network boot system, DOSTYPE=AROS_MAKE_ID('N','F','S',0) and DOSNODE=NFS) are now possible.
  2. It can be initialized after dos.library and add DosNode directly. Yes. Note that expansion.library's AddBootNode() will operate correctly both before and after DOS initialization.