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Nuke data.S, since we do have a custom linker script.
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|-// The kernel layout is:|
|-// Conventionally, Unix linkers provide pseudo-symbols|
|-// etext, edata, and end, at the end of the text, data, and bss.|
|-// For the kernel mapping, we need the address at the beginning|
|-// of the data section, but that's not one of the conventional|
|-// symbols, because the convention started before there was a|
|-// read-only rodata section between text and data.|
|-// To get the address of the data section, we define a symbol|
|-// named data and make sure this is the first object passed to|
|-// the linker, so that it will be the first symbol in the data section.|
|-// Alternative approaches would be to parse our own ELF header|
|-// or to write a linker script, but this is simplest.|
|- .word 1|