Re: debian 2.1r3 needed and release team coordination
Turbo Fredriksson <email@example.com> writes:
>I've been trying to do a 'proper' boot disk WITH a 2.2 kernel on it.
>I see two options:
> 1, One boot disk and one root disk.
I favor this option for installation. The kernel will continue to
grow. 1.44 M floppies do not.
> 2, Many different rescue disks.
Actually, I think we should arrange for *custom* rescue disks. That
is, the installation procedure should by default create a two-floppy
rescue set. However, it should also provide the option to create a
single-floppy rescue disk with no kernel, and explain how the user can
install the kernel himself.
- Jim Van Zandt