Create the page directory entries and any necessary
page tables for the mapping specified by `md'. We
are able to cope here with varying sizes and address
offsets, and we take full advantage of sections and
* Hardware-wise, we have a two level page table structure, where the first
* level has 4096 entries, and the second level has 256 entries. Each entry
* is one 32-bit word. Most of the bits in the second level entry are used
* by hardware, and there aren't any "accessed" and "dirty" bits.
* Linux on the other hand has a three level page table structure, which can
* be wrapped to fit a two level page table structure easily - using the PGD
* and PTE only. However, Linux also expects one "PTE" table per page, and
* at least a "dirty" bit.
* Therefore, we tweak the implementation slightly - we tell Linux that we
* have 2048 entries in the first level, each of which is 8 bytes (iow, two
* hardware pointers to the second level.) The second level contains two
* hardware PTE tables arranged contiguously, preceded by Linux versions
* which contain the state information Linux needs. We, therefore, end up
* with 512 entries in the "PTE" level.
* This leads to the page tables having the following layout: