libwine: Make addresses above 0x82000000 available on FreeBSD.

Alexandre Julliard julliard at
Mon Sep 20 08:10:58 CDT 2010

Tijl Coosemans <tijl at> writes:

> With this patch it is possible that a is loaded beyond the
> 2GiB limit, but this does not seem to be a problem in practice. All
> mmap calls from within Wine and thus all .dll stay below 2GiB and core
> such as ntdll, kernel32, user32,... are also loaded below 2GiB
> because they are loaded early and are placed in the 32MiB mentioned
> above. Also note that a is only loaded above 2GiB when needed,
> i.e. the program wouldn't have worked at all without this patch. It is
> preferred that Wine at least makes an attempt at running the program
> and therefore loosens the restriction on the use of addresses above
> 2GiB, especially since it seems to work so far.

It would be better to fix this properly. If there's no way to convince
FreeBSD's mmap to use all available space, you'll have to move the
loader down to make some room.

Alexandre Julliard
julliard at

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