Bitfrost and dual-boot

Albert Cahalan acahalan at
Thu May 29 13:48:36 EDT 2008

Jameson "Chema" Quinn writes:

> Actually, the goals are more limited. Say you have dual-boot;
> OS 1 has bitfrost, OS 2 does not. Things OS 2 should not do:
> 1. Read private files from OS 1.
> 2. By writing to OS 1's file system,

I do believe that, practically speaking, all of this is moot.
Windows uses both SD card storage and the NAND flash storage.

(NAND storage being what you'd hoped to protect)

The most you could protect would be the firmware itself, but
it is silly to imagine that a laptop would have OpenFirmware
when the NAND storage doesn't even have Linux.

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