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Enhanced Linked List Support in GNU-EFI

GNU-EFI enables you to develop (U)EFI applications for IA-64 (IPF), IA-32 (x86) and x86_64 platforms using the GNU GCC toolchain and the (U)EFI development environment. The current support for double linked lists in GNU-EFI is old and not very useful. Moreover, it is based on a series of macros rather than actual functions. I needed additional functionality for a small EFI command line utility that I was writing and so I decided to try and improve double linked list support in GNU-EFI. Here is the contents of the original header, i.e. /usr/include/efi/efilink.h, for GNU-EFI v3.0t: #ifndef _EFI_LINK_H #define _EFI_LINK_H

Fedora: Specify Repo when Booting Installer

To specify an installation source for Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat or Scientific Linux, use the linux repo= option at the boot prompt: For example: linux repo=cdrom:device linux repo=ftp://username:password@URL linux repo=http://URL linux repo=hd:device linux repo=nfs:options:server:/path linux repo=nfsiso:options:server:/path In these examples, cdrom refers to a CD or DVD drive, ftp refers to a location accessible by FTP, http refers to a URL accessible by HTTP, hd refers to an ISO image file accessible on a hard drive partition, nfs refers to an expanded tree of installation files accessible by NFS, and nfsiso refers to an ISO image file accessible by NFS. See