Re: Request for addition: USB mass storage support
--- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:> Note that
this would also work for those few of us
> that use bootable IDE
> LS-120 drives and no legacy floppy (and can't write
> the 2.88MB image to
> the LS-120 yet, of course.).
> -- Ferret
So to summarise:
In the kernel:
- USB mass storage
That should take care of most unusual cases. Or
perhaps parport IDE too? :p
The boot script on the rescue disc will have to be
changed - right now it searches for the root disk in
the /dev/fd0 only.
Another solution will be to use an initrd for the root
disk, on the same first floppy. Most distributions
nowadays do *not* use two floppies to kick-start the
Off now building my custom kernel 2.4-based installer
with XFS support...
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