> > No. If you think about what BIOS code actually does, this should really
> > be fairly obvious.
> Sorry, I'm clueless 8). What does it do, exactly?
Provides an abstract interface to a completely arbitrary hardware
instance. Since there are no hardware standards at this level, you'd have
to duplicate the unix-specific BIOS for every piece of hardware out there.
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