Re: VI reasons (was Re: Base Set: Suggested additions & removals.)
On Wed, Jun 10, 1998 at 05:24:06PM -0400, Dale Scheetz wrote:
> kernel image files (some laptops still can't boot a bzImage) as well as
> some alternative root.bin choices. A more powerful rescue disk, separate
> from the installation disk would be a great place to start.
Can someone give me a quick summary of bzImage vs zImage and why Debian
needs to use bzImage on the root disks at all? Not only does it cause
problems with some notebooks, it causes problems my desktop -- spontaneous
reboots after "Uncompressing Linux...." sometimes.
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