Thu Feb 20 11:33:59 CET 2003
In article <>,
(Vlad Dumitrescu EAW) writes:
|> > (PS. yes, I know, you are about to mention linked-in drivers.....)
|> :-) and what's you reply to that?
See Ulf Wiger's answer :-).
I can see cases where linked in drivers are necessary for performance reasons.
But are there any cases where C processes in the VM are necessary? I.e. why
not have the process outside the VM and separated by the memory protection
provided by the OS? On systems such as VxWork, this would make no difference
but hopefully very few people are using such strange OS.
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