Re: Found Kernel for RaQ2 - where is the installer?
* Joerg Rossdeutscher <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-05-08 10:14]:
> I'm a little surprised about the tftp server. When I installed woody I
> didn't need one, nfs was enough. I'll try and give feedback about that.
CoLo (the replacement boot loader) only supports TFTP at the moment;
however, NFS support is being worked on.
Also, compared to the woody installation, you also currently need a
null modem cable. We hope to be able to support telnet or SSH in the