RE: Slink install on Falcon. Can't make a boot floppy
I have three partitions:
/dev/sdb1 is swap
/dev/sdb2 is root
/dev/sda2 is usr
I made root=/dev/sdb2
From: Michael Schmitz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2000 10:36 AM
To: Brian Hutchinson (EUS)
Subject: RE: Slink install on Falcon. Can't make a boot floppy
> I did that. Although I don't remember the -s. I think I had -k linux
> linux root=/dev/yyyy video=keep
And the yyyy should be replaced with the Linux device name of your root
partition. The partition naming scheme is explained in the text.
> I just verified that this is what the install.txt file says to do.
> What does -s do for me and could that be the problem?
Places the kernel in ST-RAM. Recommended.