! SYS_SIZE is the number of clicks (16 bytes) to be loaded.
! 0x3000 is 0x30000 bytes = 196kB, more than enough for current
! versions of linux
#include <linux/config.h>
!	bootsect.s		(C) 1991 Linus Torvalds
!	modified by Drew Eckhardt
!	modified by Bruce Evans (bde)
! bootsect.s is loaded at 0x7c00 by the bios-startup routines, and moves
! itself out of the way to address 0x90000, and jumps there.
! bde - should not jump blindly, there may be systems with only 512K low
! memory.  Use int 0x12 to get the top of memory, etc.
! It then loads 'setup' directly after itself (0x90200), and the system
! at 0x10000, using BIOS interrupts. 
! NOTE! currently system is at most 8*65536 bytes long. This should be no
! problem, even in the future. I want to keep it simple. This 512 kB
! kernel size should be enough, especially as this doesn't contain the
! buffer cache as in minix
! The loader has been made as simple as possible, and continuos
! read errors will result in a unbreakable loop. Reboot by hand. It
! loads pretty fast by getting whole tracks at a time whenever possible.


SETUPSECS = 4				! nr of setup-sectors
BOOTSEG   = 0x07C0			! original address of boot-sector
INITSEG   = DEF_INITSEG			! we move boot here - out of the way
SETUPSEG  = DEF_SETUPSEG		! setup starts here
SYSSEG    = DEF_SYSSEG			! system loaded at 0x10000 (65536).
ENDSEG    = SYSSEG + SYSSIZE		! where to stop loading

! ROOT_DEV & SWAP_DEV are now written by "build".

! ld86 requires an entry symbol. This may as well be the usual one.
.globl	_main
#if 0 /* hook for debugger, harmless unless BIOS is fussy (old HP) */
	int	3
	mov	ax,#BOOTSEG
	mov	ds,ax
	mov	ax,#INITSEG
	mov	es,ax
	mov	cx,#256
	sub	si,si
	sub	di,di
	jmpi	go,INITSEG

go:	mov	ax,cs		
	mov	dx,#0x4000-12	! 0x4000 is arbitrary value >= length of
				! bootsect + length of setup + room for stack
				! 12 is disk parm size

! bde - changed 0xff00 to 0x4000 to use debugger at 0x6400 up (bde).  We
! wouldn't have to worry about this if we checked the top of memory.  Also
! my BIOS can be configured to put the wini drive tables in high memory
! instead of in the vector table.  The old stack might have clobbered the
! drive table.

	mov	ds,ax
	mov	es,ax
	push	ax

	mov	ss,ax		! put stack at INITSEG:0x4000-12.
	mov	sp,dx
 *	Many BIOS's default disk parameter tables will not 
 *	recognize multi-sector reads beyond the maximum sector number
 *	specified in the default diskette parameter tables - this may
 *	mean 7 sectors in some cases.
 *	Since single sector reads are slow and out of the question,
 *	we must take care of this by creating new parameter tables
 *	(for the first disk) in RAM.  We will set the maximum sector
 *	count to 18 - the most we will encounter on an HD 1.44.  
 *	High doesn't hurt.  Low does.
 *	Segments are as follows: ds=es=ss=cs - INITSEG,
 *		fs = 0, gs = parameter table segment

	push	#0
	pop	fs
	mov	bx,#0x78		! fs:bx is parameter table address
	seg fs
	lgs	si,(bx)			! gs:si is source

	mov	di,dx			! es:di is destination
	mov	cx,#6			! copy 12 bytes

	seg gs

	mov	di,dx
	movb	4(di),*18		! patch sector count

	seg fs
	mov	(bx),di
	seg fs
	mov	2(bx),es

	pop	ax
	mov	fs,ax
	mov	gs,ax
	xor	ah,ah			! reset FDC 
	xor	dl,dl
	int 	0x13	

! load the setup-sectors directly after the bootblock.
! Note that 'es' is already set up.

	xor	dx, dx			! drive 0, head 0
	mov	cx,#0x0002		! sector 2, track 0
	mov	bx,#0x0200		! address = 512, in INITSEG
	mov	ax,#0x0200+SETUPSECS	! service 2, nr of sectors
					! (assume all on head 0, track 0)
	int	0x13			! read it
	jnc	ok_load_setup		! ok - continue

	push	ax			! dump error code
	call	print_nl
	mov	bp, sp
	call	print_hex
	pop	ax	
	xor	dl, dl			! reset FDC
	xor	ah, ah
	int	0x13
	jmp	load_setup


! Get disk drive parameters, specifically nr of sectors/track

#if 0

! bde - the Phoenix BIOS manual says function 0x08 only works for fixed
! disks.  It doesn't work for one of my BIOS's (1987 Award).  It was
! fatal not to check the error code.

	xor	dl,dl
	mov	ah,#0x08		! AH=8 is get drive parameters
	int	0x13
	xor	ch,ch

! It seems that there is no BIOS call to get the number of sectors.  Guess
! 18 sectors if sector 18 can be read, 15 if sector 15 can be read.
! Otherwise guess 9.

	xor	dx, dx			! drive 0, head 0
	mov	cx,#0x0012		! sector 18, track 0
	mov	bx,#0x0200+SETUPSECS*0x200  ! address after setup (es = cs)
	mov	ax,#0x0201		! service 2, 1 sector
	int	0x13
	jnc	got_sectors
	mov	cl,#0x0f		! sector 15
	mov	ax,#0x0201		! service 2, 1 sector
	int	0x13
	jnc	got_sectors
	mov	cl,#0x09


	seg cs
	mov	sectors,cx
	mov	ax,#INITSEG
	mov	es,ax

! Print some inane message

	mov	ah,#0x03		! read cursor pos
	xor	bh,bh
	int	0x10
	mov	cx,#9
	mov	bx,#0x0007		! page 0, attribute 7 (normal)
	mov	bp,#msg1
	mov	ax,#0x1301		! write string, move cursor
	int	0x10

! ok, we've written the message, now
! we want to load the system (at 0x10000)

	mov	ax,#SYSSEG
	mov	es,ax		! segment of 0x010000
	call	read_it
	call	kill_motor
	call	print_nl

! After that we check which root-device to use. If the device is
! defined (!= 0), nothing is done and the given device is used.
! Otherwise, either /dev/PS0 (2,28) or /dev/at0 (2,8), depending
! on the number of sectors that the BIOS reports currently.

	seg cs
	mov	ax,root_dev
	or	ax,ax
	jne	root_defined
	seg cs
	mov	bx,sectors
	mov	ax,#0x0208		! /dev/ps0 - 1.2Mb
	cmp	bx,#15
	je	root_defined
	mov	ax,#0x021c		! /dev/PS0 - 1.44Mb
	cmp	bx,#18
	je	root_defined
	mov	ax,#0x0200		! /dev/fd0 - autodetect
	seg cs
	mov	root_dev,ax

! after that (everyting loaded), we jump to
! the setup-routine loaded directly after
! the bootblock:

	jmpi	0,SETUPSEG

! This routine loads the system at address 0x10000, making sure
! no 64kB boundaries are crossed. We try to load it as fast as
! possible, loading whole tracks whenever we can.
! in:	es - starting address segment (normally 0x1000)
sread:	.word 1+SETUPSECS	! sectors read of current track
head:	.word 0			! current head
track:	.word 0			! current track

	mov ax,es
	test ax,#0x0fff
die:	jne die			! es must be at 64kB boundary
	xor bx,bx		! bx is starting address within segment
	mov ax,es
	cmp ax,#ENDSEG		! have we loaded all yet?
	jb ok1_read
	seg cs
	mov ax,sectors
	sub ax,sread
	mov cx,ax
	shl cx,#9
	add cx,bx
	jnc ok2_read
	je ok2_read
	xor ax,ax
	sub ax,bx
	shr ax,#9
	call read_track
	mov cx,ax
	add ax,sread
	seg cs
	cmp ax,sectors
	jne ok3_read
	mov ax,#1
	sub ax,head
	jne ok4_read
	inc track
	mov head,ax
	xor ax,ax
	mov sread,ax
	shl cx,#9
	add bx,cx
	jnc rp_read
	mov ax,es
	add ah,#0x10
	mov es,ax
	xor bx,bx
	jmp rp_read

	mov	ax, #0xe2e 	! loading... message 2e = .
	mov	bx, #7
 	int	0x10

	mov	dx,track
	mov	cx,sread
	inc	cx
	mov	ch,dl
	mov	dx,head
	mov	dh,dl
	and	dx,#0x0100
	mov	ah,#2
	push	dx				! save for error dump
	push	cx
	push	bx
	push	ax

	int	0x13
	jc	bad_rt
	add	sp, #8

bad_rt:	push	ax				! save error code
	call	print_all			! ah = error, al = read
	xor ah,ah
	xor dl,dl
	int 0x13

	add	sp, #10
	jmp read_track

 *	print_all is for debugging purposes.  
 *	It will print out all of the registers.  The assumption is that this is
 *	called from a routine, with a stack frame like
 *	dx 
 *	cx
 *	bx
 *	ax
 *	error
 *	ret <- sp
	mov	cx, #5		! error code + 4 registers
	mov	bp, sp	

	push	cx		! save count left
	call	print_nl	! nl for readability

	cmp	cl, 5
	jae	no_reg		! see if register name is needed
	mov	ax, #0xe05 + 'A - 1
	sub	al, cl
	int	0x10

	mov	al, #'X
	int	0x10

	mov	al, #':
	int	0x10

	add	bp, #2		! next register
	call	print_hex	! print it
	pop	cx
	loop	print_loop

	mov	ax, #0xe0d	! CR
	int	0x10
	mov	al, #0xa	! LF
	int 	0x10

 *	print_hex is for debugging purposes, and prints the word
 *	pointed to by ss:bp in hexadecmial.

	mov	cx, #4		! 4 hex digits
	mov	dx, (bp)	! load word into dx
	rol	dx, #4		! rotate so that lowest 4 bits are used
	mov	ah, #0xe	
	mov	al, dl		! mask off so we have only next nibble
	and	al, #0xf
	add	al, #'0		! convert to 0-based digit
	cmp	al, #'9		! check for overflow
	jbe	good_digit
	add	al, #'A - '0 - 10

	int	0x10
	loop	print_digit

 * This procedure turns off the floppy drive motor, so
 * that we enter the kernel in a known state, and
 * don't have to worry about it later.
	push dx
	mov dx,#0x3f2
	xor al, al
	pop dx

	.word 0

	.byte 13,10
	.ascii "Loading"

.org 506
	.word SWAP_DEV
	.word ROOT_DEV
	.word 0xAA55