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Linux systems use memory management techniques. For instance, processes can be restricted to using a given amount of memory in all (or most of) the time and can be deallocated after it has been freed to be used again. Such memory management techniques are helpful, because otherwise, a program could use most of the memory, never freeing anything again and the system would be much slower, when memory was not being freed. This is the reason why Linux comes with a tool called Memcheck to automatically find memory leaks and help you manage your memory.

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You can see that the data block has a base pointer inside it, so we can't free it. The base pointer will be the same as the base pointer inside the list structure. To fix this, we just need to change the numbers pointer to point to the start of our lists. There might be other differences that have not been detected. Not uncommon are small differences between the different FreeIPMI tools. You can specify some FreeIPMI workarounds and watch the output to work out any differences and find out which of the workarounds you might need. For instance, when you have to deal with a buggy IPMI, you might have to adjust the way memory accesses are handled or how many commands/process calls you make for one function.

Usually, OEMs make adaptations to the Open Firmware to load an operating system on their own computers. This way, their customers can use the consumer-oriented functions of the computer with the desired look and feel. In order to make this possible, special versions of the Open Firmware are loaded, which are usually compatible with the hardware of the computer. This can be done for example with the FreeDOS project, a reimplementation of the original 80386 or 80486 firmware. Open Firmware is sometimes designed to be used on a variety of different hardware, making it more versatile than BIOS.


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