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Re: What is rebase and why did I need to run it on a fresh re-install?
Jason Tishler wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 13, 2005 at 04:29:25AM +0100, Peter Valdemar M?rch wrote:
>> * What does rebase do?
> As its name implies, rebase rebases (i.e., changes) the base address of
> DLLs. See the following for more details:
Why on Earth are virtual addresses hardcoded into DLLs? Do UNIX systems
do this for shared libraries? I've never heard of such a thing under
Shouldn't the NT kernel's page tables allow DLL text and data sections
to be loaded at any virtual address without requiring a copy of the DLL
to be made (i.e., rebasing)?
franl <at> world . std . com
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