Re: investigation of SYSLINUX booting problems
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 95 08:05:12 PDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Mitchell)
> Also, SYSLINUX uses an msdos
> diskette, so users can change the kernel image on the diskette before
> they even install Linux. With LILO, this is not possible.
But LILO diskettes can have several alternate (yes, "alternate"; in
the sense of "substitute") kernal images. Perhaps three might fit
on a single boot diskette, with a boot-time message explaining how
to choose between them.
You can do this with syslinux, too. I think (correct me if I'm wrong,
someone) that you can do everything with syslinux that you can do with