v86d provides a backend for kernel drivers that need to execute
x86 BIOS code. The code is executed in a controlled environment
and the results are passed back to the kernel via the netlink
To compile using glibc, pass OPT="--default" to the script.
OPT=--default sh v86d.SlackBuild
Compiling against glibc will result in a dynamically linked
executable that is _not suitable_ for inclusion in initrds.
This requires: klibc
Maintained by: Cj Case
Keywords: v86d,uvesafb,x86 emu,
(the SlackBuild does not include the source)