Syslinux COM32 Module
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What is a C32 file?
File used by the Syslinux, a lightweight bootloader for the Linux operating system; stores a 32-bit COMBOOT module that runs low-level functions such as detecting and setting up hardware during the boot process; often found on Linux installation discs and bootable external media.
COM32 modules are written in the C programming language using the Syslinux COMBOOT API. After they are compiled, C32 files store 32-bit executable code in a raw binary format.
NOTE: COMBOOT modules also have a 16-bit format, but these do not use the ".c32" file extension.