real -basic- help...
I've written some scripts to help me manage my system a little better
-- nothing much, just a short 30-liner, but it automates writing
lilo.conf files based on installed kernels. By simply re-running the
script and lilo, it allows me to boot from any installed kernel, not
just "linux" and "oldlinux". I find this very handy when I'm
experimenting with new kernel configurations.
I think others would find it useful as well, and I'd like to make a
Debian package out of it.
Where do I start? What should I read first?
Buddha Buck firstname.lastname@example.org
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